- "West lands on non-football injury list because of conditioning test but says 'no worries'" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns rookie running back Terrance West landed on the non-football injury list Wednesday because of his conditioning test, but he's expected to be on the practice field Friday, a source told cleveland.com."
- "Hall of Famer Jim Brown sues over 1964 title ring" (AP) - "Hall of Fame football star Jim Brown — running out of time to retrieve his 1964 NFL championship ring — has sued a memorabilia dealer. The 78-year-old Los Angeles resident filed the lawsuit Tuesday in Manhattan federal court against Lelands.com and Lelands Collectibles Inc."
- "Josh Gordon fate weighs heavily on wide receiver corps" (Morning Journal) - "Training camp is just around the corner, and still the Browns have no official word from the NFL on the fate of wide receiver Josh Gordon. Counting on Gordon being on the roster for the season opener in Pittsburgh, though, is like counting on that check from Publisher’s Clearing House..."
- "Cleveland Browns Film Room: A look at Pierre Desir" (WFNY) - "Each NFL Draft class brings in a melting pot of former college athletes from all kinds of backgrounds. Some grow up in the classic middle-class, two parents house-hold with the picket fence that the media glorifies."
- "Chiefs give Jamaal Charles a well-deserved contract bump" (SI.com) - "The Kansas City Chiefs called Wednesday "Move-In Day" as they started their 2014 training camp in earnest."
- "NFL announces Lane Johnson suspended four games for PEDs" (PFT) - "Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson has been suspended for the first four games of the 2014 season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances."
- "Golden Tate starts training camp on PUP list" (NFL.com) - "At long last, training camp is here. With players around the league finally returning to work, more than a few notable names are set to begin the summer on the preseason physically unable to perform list."
- "Broncos owner Pat Bowlen resigns control of team, fighting Alzheimer's" (CBS) - "Broncos owner Pat Bowlen resigned his position of CEO as he continues to fight a battle against Alzheimer's, the team said in a statement to the Denver Post on Wednesday."