- "Browns' Weeden is showing his confidence" (AFC North Blog) - "No one knows how Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden will react when James Harrison is bearing down on him or when Ed Reed is baiting him into a throw."
- "A Farewell to Armond Smith" (WFNY) - "I don’t know if it is unique to Cleveland that Armond Smith could be such a big topic of conversation, but it sure feels that way. Smith was cut in favor of Adonis Thomas yesterday after apparently getting beat out in rookie camp with shorts on."
- "Blogger Blitz: Browns' run defense" (AFC North Blog) - "It's going to be a challenge for the Cleveland Browns to absorb the loss of defensive tackle Phil Taylor, who tore a chest muscle last week. I explain the impact in this week's Blogger Blitz video."
- "Ozzie Newsome, unplugged at Fleming's, blames Browns offense for losing 'the Drive' game to John Elway" (ESPN Cleveland) - "I’ve known Ozzie Newsome for over 25 years, have interviewed him a thousand times and stated his case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in three closed-door selectors meetings before he was enshrined."
- "Guest column: Surviving life after the NFL" (ESPN) - "Former NFL linebacker George Koonce recently submitted to Marquette University a doctoral dissertation on transitioning from life outside the game. This column represents his personal experience, as told to NFC West blogger Mike Sando."
- "Jones-Drew skips OTAs, wants contract extension" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "Maurice Jones-Drew was a no-show again. The Jacksonville Jaguars running back skipped the first day of organized team activities Tuesday, and coach Mike Mularkey said the three-time Pro Bowler wants a contract extension."
- "7 strong hunches for 2012 season" (SI.com) - "The NFL is both beloved and exalted in the pantheon of spectator sports because absolutely no one knows what will unfold from week to week."
- "Welker: I signed $9.5 million franchise tender" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker said Tuesday he has signed the $9.5 million tender offer that came along with being designated the team's franchise player."