- "Owen Marecic eager to redeem himself" (Beacon Journal) - "Fullback is a position, similar to many spots along the offensive line, where a player can be very good at what he does and still not become a household name. Many Browns fans already know Owen Marecic’s name but not for the right reasons."
- "Clueless is hardly a winning option for Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam" (Plain Dealer) - "It's the Jimmy Show and it's not Fallon or Kimmel. Two possibilities have emerged regarding the FBI/IRS case against Pilot Flying J now that two executives have pleaded guilty this week and -- legal experts believe -- have agreed to cooperate in the government's investigation."
- "Thomas 'likes ability to attack'" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Count Cleveland Browns six-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Joe Thomasamong the players excited to be a part of the team’s offense under the direction of coordinator Norv Turner."
- "Horton's attacking defense a big change from Jauron" (News-Herald) - "The day Ray Horton was introduced as the Browns' new defensive coordinator, he said he wants his big guys to be fast and his small guys to hit hard. Another requirement belongs on the list."
- "It's a steep drop to backup QB" (ESPN) - "Fans in football cities love the backup quarterback. NFL coaches simply cross their fingers at thought of using one. While fans might call for the next guy to go in and show his skills, coaches worry. They should."
- "Ten NFL teams will gain 2013 cap space on June 2" (Shutdown Corner) - "Since the start of the 2013 league year, ten NFL teams have released a total of 11 players with a 'post-June 1' designation. By using this designation, teams are able to spread the cap hit from releasing that player over the 2013 and 2014 seasons."
- "Manning puts neck issues from last year to rest" (AP) - "Zip. Everyone around Peyton Manning, including the quarterback himself, says he has more of it this year. He's running a faster offense with Adam Gase in charge. He's getting the ball into his receivers' hands quicker."
- "Lattimore signs with 49ers" (AP) - "Former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore signed a four-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers on Friday. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed. The second of the 49ers' two fourth-round draft picks, Lattimore is feeling stronger each day as he continues his recovery from a serious knee injury."