- "Jordan Cameron changes Twitter bio after Jimmy Graham ruling" (CBS) - "Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is no longer Browns tight end Jordan Cameron -- at least not on Twitter. Cameron changed his bio on Wednesday, just hours after an independent arbitrator ruled that Jimmy Graham is a tight end."
- "Ward: Nothing against Cleveland but Broncos have 'winning culture'" (FSO) - "Former Browns Pro Bowl safety T.J. Ward hasn't been gone from Cleveland for long but it's taken him only a few months to notice something different in his new locale of Denver."
- "Game Rewind Notebook: Jordan Cameron is a star" (NFL.com) - "While Josh Gordon is left dangling in suspension limbo, general manager Ray Farmer has emphasized that the Cleveland Browns don't need a 'mega-guy' in his receiving corps."
- "Cleveland the city, and the Browns have become a top NFL destination" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "When NFL players who aren’t under contract and their agents evaluate which teams to choose from, the Browns are now going to find themselves high among that list. Why? Here are five reasons."
- "NFLPA will 'carefully determine' next steps in Graham case" (PFT) - "It’s official, sort of. Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is a tight end for franchise tag purposes. The decision from arbitrator Stephen Burbank keeps an extra $5.3 million in 2014 base pay out of Graham’s pockets, maintaining his salary and cap number at $7 million."
- "Seattle Seahawks using formula to find future stars?" (NFL.com) - "When we studied NFL roster construction back in February, the Seattle Seahawks stood out for their proliferation of successful late-round draft picks."
- "Kiko Alonso injury may derail Bills' plans for breakthrough year" (SI.com) - "If the Buffalo Bills are to end a 14-year playoff drought this season, it appears they will have to do so without one of their defensive centerpieces."
- "Patriots don't owe Aaron Hernandez" (AP) - "The New England Patriots don't owe "another penny" to former tight end Aaron Hernandez, who is charged in three killings, a team lawyer told a judge Wednesday."