- "Rehab expert: Browns' Johnny Manziel will return 'a different person'" (USA TODAY) - "Once Johnny Manziel makes his expected return to the Cleveland Browns later this month after an extended stay at a rehabilitation facility, it might seem like life is back to normal."
- "Pouncey Contract Impacts Alex Mack, Browns in Big Way" (Dawg Pound Daily) - "The Miami Dolphins signed Mike Pouncey to a contract extension of 5 years and 52.15 million, with $22 million guaranteed according to SI. That is a lot of money for Pouncey, who has only 4 years experience in the NFL."
- "This unheralded position could benefit a potentially pedestrian Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "The word 'muff' does not belong in a sports story, regardless of Merriam-Webster's tacit approval. It evokes images of 19th century women seated for portraits and fifth-grade humor of the lowest order."
- "Draft War Room: Browns" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media's Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah and Curtis Conway discuss which players the Cleveland Browns could potentially draft in the 2015 NFL Draft." - VIDEO
- "Jameis Winston set to visit Jets, who mull trade up" (ESPN) - "The New York Jets have made it clear they hope to add another quarterback. Predictably, they're investigating the top passers in the draft, including one who probably won't be available when they pick -- Jameis Winston."
- "Could Buccaneers ownership squash drafting Jameis Winston at No. 1?" (CBS) - "Jameis Winston managed to skate by most of draft season without one really disparaging word being said by anonymous scouts or sources. But as the clock winds down towards the draft, things are starting to heat up."
- "The Mystery Man Who Helped Modernize the NFL" (SI.com) - "We all know someone like Joel Bussert. Think of a cross between the man behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz, and the no-nonsense English teacher who marked you down a full grade for one grammatical error in a five-page paper."
- "Russell Wilson: I haven’t given up baseball, may play both sports" (PFT) - "Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson says he’s still considering playing baseball — and not just for a cameo appearance in spring training. Wilson told Bryant Gumbel of HBO that it’s still his dream to be a two-sport athlete."