- "Quarterback Josh McCown visiting Browns" (AP) - "Veteran free-agent quarterback Josh McCown spent a second day with the Browns, who could keep him around on a more permanent basis. McCown, released last week by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was at the Browns' facility on Wednesday..."
- "Browns have no easy answers for what to do at tight end" (Plain Dealer) - "On a day Cleveland went logo loco, the local football franchise also announced Brownie the Elf would return for another season. Now that he's not using his hands to make the Johny Manziel money sign..."
- "Browns camp staying in Berea for '15" (FSO) - "The Cleveland Browns aren't moving training camp -- not this summer, anyway. Browns President Alec Scheiner confirmed Tuesday that the Browns are planning to again host 2015 training camp at the team's daily headquarters in Berea."
- "Ranking the Cleveland Browns' Top 5 Quarterback Options in 2015" (B/R) - "The seemingly endless Cleveland Browns quarterback search continues through the 2015 NFL offseason." - VIDEO
- "Packers cut A.J. Hawk" (PFT) - "A.J. Hawk has been let go by the Packers. The team announced today that Hawk, who has spent his entire career in Green Bay, will not return. Hawk released a statement thanking the team for his time in Green Bay."
- "Jacoby Jones released by Baltimore Ravens" (NFL.com) - "Jacoby Jones will hit the free agency market a little earlier than expected. Less than a year after signing a four-year deal, the return specialist and wide receiver will hit the open market once again at age 30."
- "Lions cut Reggie Bush, create cap space in push for Ndamukong Suh" (USA TODAY) - "Reggie Bush spent the last few months nursing an ankle injury that limited his role in the Detroit Lions' underachieving offense. He'll spend the next few weeks looking for a new team."
- "Inglewood approves stadium plan, including Rams' owner as partner" (CBS) - "On Tuesday night, the Inglewood, Calif., City Council approved plans to build a football stadium including St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke as a partner, which clears the way for the NFL to return to the Los Angeles area..."