- "Joe Thomas says Johnny Manziel must remove doubt that football is his top priority" (C-T) - "Joe Thomas applauded Johnny Manziel for checking himself into rehab and spending 10 weeks at the facility, but said he still must show teammates that he’s a changed man."
- "Should Browns run with West, 'Crow' or chase 'G-Force' in draft?" (Canton Rep) - "What happens when your quarterback options are a 35-year-old who was 1-10 as a 2014 starter, a 22-year-old whose 2014 was a mess, and a rookie you might not even be able to get?"
- "Time for Browns to move on from Johnny Manziel?" (USA TODAY) - "One year after drafting Johnny Manziel, the Browns find themselves with an even more uncertain future at quarterback. Josh McCown proved to be one of the league’s shakiest starters in Tampa Bay last year..."
- "30 years ago in 1985, Bernie Kosar skipped the NFL draft and maneuvered his way onto the Cleveland Browns" (MJ) - "This tale is about the night Ernie Accorsi lit a costly cigar, leaned back in his brown leather chair, took a satisfying puff and contentedly watched the smoke dissipate into the air."
- "Carson stadium moves toward city council vote" (PFT) - "With the powers-that-be in San Diego possibly not moving quickly enough to get build a stadium that would keep the Chargers in town, the folks in Carson are moving like grease through the proverbial goose."
- "Could Chargers help Eagles land Marcus Mariota?" (ESPN) - "We are officially up to our ears in speculation with the NFL draft almost two weeks away. The good news for Philadelphia Eagles fans is that after April 30, Marcus Mariota will be the property of some NFL team."
- "Examining a potential Philip Rivers trade between Titans-Chargers" (CBS) - "Maybe the idea of Philip Rivers being traded from the Chargers to the Titans isn't a real thing. OK, the idea is real. We're talking about it."
- "Aaron Hernandez found guilty of first-degree murder" (SI.com) - "On Wednesday, after six days of deliberation, jurors convicted former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez of murder in the first degree due to extreme cruelty and atrocity."