- "Johnny Manziel to work out privately for team this weekend" (Morning Journal) - "It has been a long time coming, but the Browns are finally getting their private workout with Johnny Manziel. The former Texas A&M quarterback, a lightning rod in the 2014 draft, will work out for the Browns hierarchy this weekend."
- "Browns have one major position to address" (ESPN) - "And then there was one. The Cleveland Browns' busy offseason leaves them having addressed the possible loss of Alex Mack (he stayed) and the departures of T.J. Ward and D'Qwell Jackson (Donte Whitner and Karlos Dansby)."
- "More insight from Browns head coach Mike Pettine" (FSO) - "Mike Pettine hasn't coached a single game. He hasn't even coached a single practice with the Cleveland Browns. He has handled everything that's been put in front of him with poise, class and even a bit of humor."
- "Sin-tax debate sheds light on existing facility fee we pay while holding our noses" (Plain Dealer) - "Facility fees added to the cost of tickets for concerts and other events are a lot like so-called shipping-and-handling charges. We don't like them – yet we pay them anyway."
- "Report: 49ers “very unlikely” to pick up option on Aldon Smith" (PFT) - "The 49ers have until May 3 to decide whether to extend the contract of linebacker Aldon Smith from four years to five."
- "Chris Johnson visiting with Jets" (ESPN) - "Free-agent running back Chris Johnson is visiting the New York Jets on Tuesday, team sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Baltimore Ravens aren't finished adding running backs" (NFL.com) - "The Baltimore Ravens have talked for months about adding bodies to a backfield that leaned on an ineffective, two-man rotation of Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce last season."
- "Derek Carr believes he’s ‘absolutely’ the best QB in the 2014 NFL draft" (SI.com) - "The 2014 NFL draft quarterback class is one of the most intriguing groups of signal-callers in recent years, with no single player emerging from the group as the consensus best quarterback available."