- "Still no word on Gordon, training camp" (FSO) - "It was on this weekend last year -- Friday afternoon June 7, to be exact -- that the NFL announced a suspension for Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon. If another suspension for Gordon is coming, as has been reported, no one knows when it might come."
- "Justin Gilbert would rather cover Josh Gordon right now than little dynamo Andrew Hawkins" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns' first-round pick Justin Gilbert paid receiver Andrew Hawkins the ultimate compliment after organized team activities this week."
- "Johnny Manziel is already ahead of the curve" (ESPN Cleveland) - "I haven’t seen a Browns player come in as a rookie and be so adept -- so ridiculously flawless -- in front of the media and a crowd as Johnny Manziel. I don’t mean just in the expansion era (since 1999). I mean ever."
- "Canton’s hopes to become NFL Draft site fading" (ABJ) - "Canton hasn’t been officially knocked out of contention to host next year’s NFL Draft, but the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame appears to be on the ropes."
- "Braylon Edwards Stick To Promise, Will Pay For 100 Students To Attend College" (CBS Cleveland) - "Former Cleveland Brown wide receiver is sticking to his promise he made in 2007. While with the Browns, Edwards promised 100 Cleveland high school students that he would pay for their college education..."
- "NFL’s Best Running Quarterback? The Answer May Surprise You" (MMQB) - "Two weeks ago I spent some time at NFL Films, a mecca for any football nerd. They have an incredible system for all their footage and audio, called Saber."
- "Arian Foster begs Andre Johnson to return, sort of" (PFT) - "Texans receiver Andre Johnson continues to stay away from offseason workouts. Texans running back Arian Foster hopes to lure Johnson back into the fold."
- "Jahvid Best suit vs. NFL dismissed" (ESPN) - "Former Detroit Lions running back Jahvid Best's civil lawsuit against the NFL and helmet makers Riddell and Easton-Bell Sports has been dismissed."
- "Eight takeaways from Thursday's OTAs" (NFL.com) - "As it turns out, Colin Kaepernick's new contract with the San Francisco 49ers is a lot more team-friendly than the original numbers suggested."