- "Mike Pettine: The no-huddle is the future of the league" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Last season Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers thrived when they used the no-huddle offense. The Steelers ran an astounding 23 percent of their plays from the no-huddle and 36 percent of Big Ben’s touchdown passes came without using a huddle."
- "Chris Kirksey making presence felt to Browns" (AP) - "When veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby looks at rookie Chris Kirksey, it's like staring in the mirror. And what's looking back at him has potential — a lot of it."
- "Browns helping Josh Gordon set up post-suspension support system and treatment if necessary" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns owner Jimmy Haslam spent the first 10 minutes or so of practice Wednesday chatting with receiver Josh Gordon, who's awaiting word on his indefinite drug ban by the NFL."
- "Albert Breer on Browns’ Plan" (92.3 The Fan) - "NFL Network’s Albert Breer joined Bull & Fox to talk about whether there’s anything to the rumors of the Texans being interested in Brian Hoyer, Kyle Shanahan’s goal to get Johnny Manziel ready in year one in running his offense"
- "Ryan jokes about punching Pettine in face" (ESPN) - "It was for a good cause, but Rex Ryan took the opportunity Wednesday to needle his former right-hand man, Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine."
- "Report: Raiders not interested in extension on Oakland stadium deal" (CBS) - "With Magic Johnson saying Los Angeles could have an NFL team in two years..."
- "NFL considering tougher penalties for future domestic violence cases" (WP) - "The NFL is considering toughening its penalties for players who commit acts of domestic violence, including a potential one-year ban for a second offense"
- "Chip Kelly downplays how innovative his offense is" (PFT) - "Eagles coach Chip Kelly brought the fast-paced offense he had honed at Oregon to the NFL last year, and the results were great."