- "Versatility might be key for Browns’ defensive lineman Billy Winn" (ABJ) - "Since joining the Browns, defensive lineman Billy Winn has been an unexpected luxury for the team. After all, there aren’t many sixth-round draft choices that get to make an impact on any team in any significant way in the NFL."
- "Barnidge leads humanitarian trip to Brazil" (ESPN) - "NFL players spend their offseason in various ways. Five Cleveland Browns joined players from around the league to wash the feet of orphans in Brazil. In February, on a trip organized and funded by Browns tight end Gary Barnidge..."
- "Brandon Weeden Ready To Backup Tony Romo With Cowboys" (AP) - "Like any backup who knows his role, Brandon Weeden happily stepped aside when Tony Romo wanted to take some first-team snaps on the opening day of minicamp for the Dallas Cowboys."
- "Manziel cannot serve two masters" (Morning Journal) - "This is what Johnny Manziel said in February at the NFL Scouting Combine when a reporter posed the question: Are you prepared to change your lifestyle when you become the face of an NFL franchise?"
- "Redskins: Patent office ruling will have no effect on use of team name" (CBS) - "Redskins president Bruce Allen sounded unconcerned Wednesday morning when asked about the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's decision to cancel the Redskins trademark registration...'"
- "Report: Graham's bio part of case" (ESPN) - "One of the NFL's arguments for why Jimmy Graham shouldn't receive the franchise tender as a wide receiver is that he lists himself as a tight end on his Twitter bio, according to a report."
- "Chris Johnson calls Titans 'nasty' for late release" (NFL.com) - "After six years and a 2000-yard season in Tennessee, Chris Johnson was unceremoniously dumped by the Titans. It's business..."
- "Television: Better Than the Real Thing—and Getting More So Every Year" (MMQB) - "Gordy Brown is a man with options. First, in his home in Sanford, Fla., there is the 75-inch Samsung HD television, which is permanently assigned to his beloved Detroit Lions during the NFL season."