- "Cleveland Browns show love to the military" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "The men and women who serve in the military are the backbone of our country. But so are their families. On Wednesday, the Cleveland Browns were at the National Guard 112th Armory in Brook Park, OH, to commemorate soldiers who lost their lives defending our freedom."
- "Browns taking it slow with Miles Austin" (ESPN) - "New Cleveland Browns receiver Miles Austin was held out of work on the day the team's offseason practice was open to the media. Coach Mike Pettine said it was a simple matter of handling a veteran wisely."
- "Cleveland Browns 53-Man Roster Prediction: Memorial Day Weekend Edition" (DraftBrowns.com) - "Browns players are breaking from OTAs for the holiday weekend, and things will pick back up Tuesday. But there is never a dull moment for this franchise..."
- "Counterpoint: Let the Johnny Manziel era begin…As a starter" (WFNY) - "In a recent post published within the confines of this here website, WFNY’s Craig Lyndall laid out his reasons why Johnny Manziel should start his season on the bench."
- "Another new Cleveland Brown reaches out over popular jersey number" (FSO) - "Last week Miles Austin created quite the jersey discussion when he asked Bernie Kosar for permission to wear the famous number 19. Sunday on twitter, wide receiver Andrew Hawkins reached out to former Brown Josh Cribbs about wearing number 16."
- "Hypothetically speaking, Ray Rice's lawyer explains incident" (CBS) - "It hasn't exactly been a banner weekend for Ray Rice's public relations team."
- "New drug policy would require a suspension for first-offense DUI" (PFT) - "Plenty of changes to the NFL’s substance-abuse policy and PED policy hinge on the league and the NFLPA finalizing an agreement to conduct HGH testing."
- "Report: Buccaneers, Gerald McCoy open contract talks" (NFL.com) - "It didn't take long for new coach Lovie Smith to identify defensive tackle Gerald McCoy as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' most valuable player."