- "Cleveland Browns money trail shows premium on DBs, OLs" (ESPN) - "One of the best ways to crystallize a general manager’s priorities is through his spending. Where teams invest the most money can help illustrate where they believe games will be won or lost."
- "Can Johnny Manziel Come back from the Celebrity Injured List?" (WFNY) - "Cleveland Browns fans in recent days have accused their team of too little action on this year’s free agent front but, since the beginning of the new year, they’ve posted a dozen signings including three defensive backs..."
- "How have the rosters changed for Browns’ NFC opponents?" (Browns.com) - "The NFC’s representative in each of the past three Super Bowls have hailed from the West. If this thorny pack of teams makes it a fourth year in a row, the Browns will have a shot..."
- "Long before Spygate and Deflategate, innovative Paul Brown knew how to outsmart" (Plain Dealer) - "Nearly 50 years before Ray Farmer violated NFL rules by sending text messages to the sideline, the Browns drew the ire of league officials with another form of wireless communication."
- "Potential vs. production: Is Kevin White or Amari Cooper a better bet?" (SI.com) - "In every draft, NFL teams measure the ceiling of each player, weighing the heights he may reach in his prime against the skills he can be expected to bring right away."
- "Jadeveon Clowney 'very encouraged' by rehab process" (NFL.com) - "Jadeveon Clowney continues his arduous recovery from knee surgery. The Houston Texans pass-rusher told reporters on Saturday that he is 'very encouraged' by the rehab process and he hasn't had any setbacks."
- "Russell Wilson: Contract situation will work out" (PFT) - "Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is heading into the final season of his contract, but he doesn’t sound overly concerned about getting a new deal done."
- "Ndamukong Suh Is Cursed" (538) - "With one splashy signing, the Miami Dolphins became nominal winners of one of the most anticipated bidding contests in the history of NFL free agency (for a non-quarterback)."