- "Jimmy Haslam's comments fail to dispel reports of organizational dysfunction" (WKNR) - "Word of the day: Browns owner Jimmy Haslam suffered 50 minutes with reporters on Wednesday hosing down the image of his organization as a raging dumpster fire."
- "Jimmy Haslam's year after change ends with turbulence" (ESPN) - "Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam recalled Wednesday that it was one year ago when he removed Joe Banner and Mike Lombardi from their positions running the Browns."
- "Is Defensive Line Strong Enough?" (OBR) - "Going in to the 2014 season, the Browns defensive line was considered the deepest and strongest unit on that side of the ball. The Browns made virtually no changes to the group that Mike Pettine and Ray Farmer inherited."
- "How Did You Not Know" (KO) - "Keith Olbermann discusses the comments by Cleveland Browns owner, Jimmy Haslam, regarding not knowing about Johnny Manziel's personal life." - VIDEO
- "Justin Forsett 'open' to leaving Ravens, 'looking for a commitment'" (CBS) - "One of the biggest surprises in the 2014 NFL season was the emergence of running back Justin Forsett, a journeyman that hadn't had a previous starting opportunity."
- "Steven Jackson is nearing the end of the road" (PFT) - "After 11 seasons and 11,388 rushing yards, Falcons running back Steven Jackson appears to be near the end of the road. Jackson will turn 32 in July and has averaged 3.7 and 3.5 yards a carry in the last two years..."
- "Ranking the Top 25 NFL free agents and where they might end up" (USA TODAY) - "It’s the time of the year when teams have their best shot to get better. The NFL draft looms in a couple of months, but first, franchises get the opportunity to incorporate instant contributors and fill holes through free agency..."
- "A New Season Begins" (MMQB) - "As we enter the official start of the NFL offseason—the longest offseason in all of pro sports—we move from “we time” to “me time.” The season is about sacrificing for the greater good, but the offseason is when players make decisions that are best for them..."