- "Running Game Must Improve" (OBR) - "Heading into the 2013 training camp it appeared that running back was one of the strongest and deepest positions on the Browns roster. Trent Richardson was healthy and coming off a rookie season where he was just shy of 1,000 yards and had scored double-digit touchdowns."
- "Cleveland Browns fans enjoy evening with heroes" (Morning Journal) - "The Dawgs were out July 17, on the field and in the stands, for the first annual Joe Haden and Friends Celebrity Softball Game at Classic Park. Haden and company put on quite the energetic, enjoyable show in front of an estimated 2,500 fans basking in early evening sunshine."
- "Browns can't abandon Josh Gordon" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns should not release Josh Gordon. They have a moral obligation to help and support him so he can get his extremely promising career and life back on track. It is the right thing to do."
- "14 people from Cleveland to Pittsburgh who have advanced football-related brain issues" (Plain Dealer) - "Located 135 miles southeast of Cleveland's First Energy Stadium is among the world's most well-known concussion laboratories, disguised under the name Heinz Field."
- "2015 NFL Draft to be held in Chicago or Los Angeles" (SI.com) - "Los Angeles and Chicago are the two finalists to host the 2015 NFL Draft — and New York is out of the picture, The Los Angeles Times' Sam Farmer reported Thursday."
- "Roger Goodell, Kraft talk L.A., London franchises" (NFL.com) - "The city of Los Angeles has been without an NFL team for almost two decades, but Commissioner Roger Goodell believes the door remains open for pro football to return to a town that once housed both the Raiders and Rams."
- "Griffin III: 'A lot of players' concerned about Thursday night safety" (CBS) - "This season, Thursday Night Football comes to CBS, with the mothership broadcasting eight NFL games on Thursday nights."
- "NFL draft advisory board will urge more players to stay in school" (PFT) - "After an all-time high of 98 underclassmen declared for this year’s NFL draft, the NFL’s College Advisory Committee has changed some of its policies to encourage more players to stay in school."