- "Browns DT Phil Taylor's surgery 'went well' today, team spokesman says" (Ohio.com) - "As expected, Browns defensive tackle Phil Taylor had surgery today to repair his torn left pectoral muscle. Dr. Mark Schickendantz performed the surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, said Neal Gulkis, the Browns’ vice president of media relations."
- "A prospective new USFL conjures memories of how the Browns once became contenders overnight" (ESPN Cleveland) - "There’s a movement afoot to establish a new United States Football League. Ambitious plans call for a 14-game schedule in 2013 with eight teams – possibly one based in the University of Akron’s InfoCision Stadium."
- "Cleveland Browns switching to white facemasks?" (WFNY) - "Browns LB Chris Gocong tweeted a picture of T.J. Ward in his new helmet today. The interesting part of the photo to uni-nerds like myself is that the facemask is white."
- "PD Sports Insider: Mary Kay Cabot talks about Colt McCoy and his outlook, effect of Trent Richardson" (Cleveland.com) - "Did any rookies turn heads at Browns rookie minicamp? Can Phil Taylor recover and make an impact this season for the Browns?"
- "Eagles agree with LeSean McCoy" (ESPN) - "LeSean McCoy ran his way onto the short list of the best running backs in the NFL. He can now stamp his name among the highest paid."
- "Why Vilma v. Goodell is much more than just a defamation lawsuit" (SI.com) - "Jonathan Vilma's lawsuit against Roger Goodell sets the table for a historic challenge to a historic commissioner."
- "Raiders' McClain sentenced to 180 days in jail" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain has been sentenced to 180 days in jail for assault and other charges stemming from a fight in his hometown when he allegedly threatened to kill a man and fired a gun next to his head."
- "Wes Welker: 'The ball's in their court'" (ESPN) - "In his first public comments since tweeting he had signed his franchise tender, New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker told the Boston Herald that he did not accept the one-year, $9.5 million deal because he was optimistic a long-term deal was imminent."