- "Browns kicking prospect Brandon Bogotay respects predecessor Phil Dawson" (Plain Dealer) - "Brandon Bogotay doesn’t expect to make anyone forget Phil Dawson. The 24-year old placekicker just hopes he doesn’t make anyone remember Dave Jacobs."
- "In 2013 the Browns are betting on defense and hoping for offense" (WFNY) - "The off-season isn’t over, but it’s not time to look at what the Browns have put together to try and figure out how they’re going to compete in 2013."
- "Determined to help survivors of a Texas tragedy, Browns Phil Taylor establishes his maturity" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Phil Taylor raises awareness: West, Texas – not to be confused with West Texas, the region – is a city of 2,800 located 70 miles south of Dallas, just a few tumbleweeds from the very center of the vast state."
- "Team Report - CLEVELAND BROWNS" (The SportsXchange) - "Armonty Bryant participated in the three-day minicamp that concluded Sunday and he will be on the roster when the Browns get together for a mandatory three-day minicamp in June - as long as he has no more brushes with the law."
- "Eagles sign running back Felix Jones" (CBS Sports) - "Chip Kelly likes things fast and lean. His players and his food. And he's got another addition that fits the mold in free-agent running back Felix Jones. The team announced the signing of the former Cowboys first-round pick on Tuesday."
- "Melvin Ingram tears left ACL" (ESPN) - "Linebacker Melvin Ingram suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament, the San Diego Chargers announced in a statement. The left knee injury was suffered during the Chargers' organized team activities Tuesday morning."
- "Woodson set to visit with Broncos" (AP) - "Charles Woodson is set to visit with the Broncos on Wednesday for both sides to determine whether Denver is a good fit. Aside from a meeting with the San Francisco 49ers after the Green Bay Packers released him in February, the 36-year-old defensive back has drawn little interest as a free agent."
- "McNabb says he's going to retire as an Eagle" (AP) - "Donovan McNabb says he will retire with the Philadelphia Eagles this fall. The six-time Pro Bowl quarterback led the Eagles to four NFC championship games and a Super Bowl loss in 11 seasons before he was traded to Washington in 2010."