- "Gordon could get kicked out of NFL for a year if he fails another drug test" (Plain Dealer) - "Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon already has two strikes against him after testing positive for codeine in February, and could get kicked out of the NFL for at least a year if he fails a third drug test, league sources said Saturday."
- "Brown: NFL 'way behind' NASCAR" (ESPN) - "Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown, attending the Sprint Cup race at Pocono on Sunday, said the NFL has a ways to go to catch up with NASCAR in terms of safety improvements for the sport."
- "Ogbonnaya focuses on versatility" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Cleveland Browns running back Chris Ogbonnaya rushed for only 30 yards on eight carries last season, but established himself as a third-down blocker and receiver out of the backfield. Ogbonnaya, who caught 24 passes for 187 yards in 2012, is looking to bring that versatility to the offense and anywhere else he can contribute."
- "Fantasy Roundtable: Trent Richardson vs. Alfred Morris" (ESPN) - "Trent Richardson and Alfred Morris are ranked next to each other in the 2013 running back rankings. ESPN fantasy analysts debate who is the better pick for this season."
- "RB Ahmad Bradshaw talking with Colts" (AP) - "Ahmad Bradshaw may be getting closer to finding a new job. The former New York Giants star and unrestricted free agent visited the Indianapolis Colts' team complex Thursday and was still negotiating with the team Friday, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because no deal had yet been reached."
- "Gabe Carimi traded from Chicago Bears to Buccaneers" (NFL.com) - "Turns out Gabe Carimi won't be attending Chicago Bears minicamp after all. NFL.com's Albert Breer reported Sunday that the Bears have agreed to trade Carimi to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a late-round draft pick, according to a source close to the player."
- "Kelly's fast-break approach with Eagles polar opposite of Reid's" (SI.com) - "Dispatches from Kelly World, where the transformation of the Eagles under new head coach Chip Kelly was on full display Tuesday, in the opening workout of a three-day full-squad minicamp."
- "Wes Welker finally able to be himself as member of the Denver Broncos" (Yahoo! Sports) - "Wes Welker sat back in a plush, leather chair in the lobby of the Denver Broncos training facility last week, conducting a post-workout interview without revealing the slightest hint of stress."