- "Armonty Bryant aiming to prove he’s better than he was a year ago" (ABJ) - "Browns coach Mike Pettine describes the six-week period between mandatory minicamp in early June and training camp in late July as a 'nervous' time for the franchise because players are away from the team’s headquarters and more susceptible to run-ins with the law."
- "Browns will be fueled by defense, not Johnny Manziel" (NFL.com) - "Johnny Football is all the rage in Cleveland. The Browns sent the Dawg Pound into a frenzy by completing a draft-day trade to acquire Manziel, and the wild excitement has only grown since, with the high-profile quarterback making news yet again on Tuesday -- simply by signing his contract."
- "Brady Quinn thinks Johnny Manziel should clean up his act" (FSO) - "The Browns say they don't have a problem with what Johnny Manziel does off the field. But former Browns quarterback Brady Quinn does. In an interview with Sirius XM NFL Radio on Tuesday, Quinn ripped Manziel for his behavior in the latest party video-gone-viral featuring the Browns rookie."
- "Kevin Mack, Earnest Byner forged a backfield brotherhood" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "This story isn’t about how running backs Kevin Mack and Earnest Byner were the third ever teammates to rush for 1,000-yards in NFL history."
- "Remain calm, all is well: Marshawn Lynch arrives at Seahawks minicamp" (SI.com) - "Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch missed all of the team’s offseason activities to date, including a trip to the White House, but he was in attendance for Seattle’s OTAs on Tuesday."
- "Texans coach Bill O'Brien names QB Ryan Fitzpatrick the starter" (CBS) - "It may be the middle of June, and training camp and its looming position battles are still some five weeks off, but no one could have been surprised Tuesday..."
- "Coach excuses WR Roddy White" (ESPN) - "Atlanta Falcons receiver Roddy White will not participate in the team's mandatory minicamp this week, coach Mike Smith said following Tuesday's first day of the three-day camp."
- "Everything returning to normal for Julio Jones" (PFT) - "Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones has not been able to practice yet this offseason as he continues his recovery from foot surgery. However, Jones is progressing and expects to be back to full speed in time for training camp."