- "Browns Welcome Johnny Manziel Back 'With Open Arms' As Offseason Workouts Begin" (92.3) - "After spending 10 weeks in rehab getting his life together off of the football field, Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel returned to work Monday in Berea as the team kicked off its offseason training program."
- "The Franchise Quarterback: An unconventional approach to conventional wisdom" (WFNY) - "Today’s conventional wisdom holds that the key to success in the National Football League is finding the Holy Grail: The Franchise Quarterback. The pursuit of this goal—this Superhero and Knight in Shining Armor..."
- "Johnny Manziel attends start of offseason program; Tashaun Gipson reportedly skips" (C-T) - "Quarterback Johnny Manziel was there. Pro Bowl free safety Tashaun Gipson wasn’t. The Browns’ offseason program began Monday, the first day players were permitted to work out with the team’s strength coaches."
- "Best solution for Browns, Tashaun Gipson: Work out long-term contract" (ESPN) - "Tashaun Gipson may be playing the “unhappy” card. The Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl safety is not present for the start of the Cleveland Browns offseason workouts. Two things must be emphasized about this reality."
- "League to release 2015 NFL schedule Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET" (CBS) - "Have you been breathlessly waiting to find out when the 2015 NFL schedule would be released? Of course you have been. Great news: we now know when it's coming out."
- "RG3 'wouldn't be bummed' if the Redskins don't pick up his option" (FTW) - "The Washington Redskins have a massive decision to make by May 3rd. In the next two weeks, the Redskins must choose whether or not to pick up the 2016 option..."
- "Amid trade talk, Rivers gets to work with the Chargers" (PFT) - "Despite talk that he could be traded before next week’s draft, Philip Rivers is at work in San Diego. The Chargers opened their offseason program today, and Rivers was in attendance."
- "A.J. Green not concerned with Bengals' contract talks" (NFL.com) - "While Antonio Brown is skipping Steelers' voluntary conditioning in search of a new contract, the Bengals have no concerns about their own star wide receiver."