- "Gordon’s appeal is indeed all or nothing" (PFT) - "Despite a belief in some league circles that the person designated to handle the appeal of Browns receiver Josh Gordon’s one-year suspension can split the proverbial baby by imposing a suspension somewhere between zero and 16 games..."
- "Factors on Josh Gordon's hearing" (ESPN) - "The Josh Gordon stew was put on boil Tuesday when details about the arguments Gordon's side reportedly will present Friday became public through ESPN's Adam Schefter and Pro Football Talk."
- "Goodell can't win with Gordon ruling after failing so miserably with Rice" (CBS) - "Josh Gordon is Roger Goodell's worst nightmare, though maybe I should rephrase that. Ray Rice is Roger Goodell's worst nightmare. Though maybe I should rephrase that."
- "Austin eager for fresh start with Browns" (AP) - "Not too long ago, Miles Austin was on his way to becoming one of the elite wide receivers in the NFL. But nagging hamstring injuries got in the way, and the two-time Pro Bowler was released by the Dallas Cowboys after last season."
- "Casserly: Hoyer nor Manziel is answer for Browns" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media's Charley Casserly spent Tuesday embedded at Browns camp, where he emerged with a surprising prediction for the NFL's sexiest quarterback battle."
- "Home Sweet Home" (Sports on Earth) - "The history of Buffalo and its Bills is a story of loss. The loss of over half the population, from what was once the eighth largest city in the United States. The loss of much of the industry that once employed that population."
- "Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris suspended two games" (SI.com) - "Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris has been suspended two games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the team announced Wednesday."
- "Patrick Peterson, Richard Sherman continue awesome Twitter beef" (CBS) - "Arizona's Patrick Peterson became the highest-paid cornerback in the league on Tuesday night when he announced to the world that he had signed a five-year extension worth $70 million with $48 million in guaranteed money."