- "The Browns drafting a RB early isn't a totally crazy idea" (FSO) - "Ray Farmer met with the media Thursday morning, and the Cleveland Browns general manager did so fully intending to say nothing when it comes to the team's plans for next week's NFL Draft. Mission both accomplished and understood."
- "Why Joe Haden's emergence as a team leader is so important to Cleveland" (Plain Dealer) - "The white sheets of paper with the black blotches hung in the lockers of Joe Haden and former teammate T.J. Ward for the entire 2013 season."
- "Hartline keeping 'open mind' toward Browns draft, fitting in" (CantonRep) - "The 28-year-old Browns wide receiver isn’t fazed that the Browns are on their seventh offensive coordinator and sixth wide receivers coach since 2008."
- "For Cleveland Browns, 2015 Is a Real-Life 'Draft Day'" (B/R) - "In Cleveland, the NFL draft has become the city's version of the Super Bowl. With a championship drought since 1964 and constant losing after the team's rebirth in 1999..."
- "Marynowitz sheds light on 'mortgaging the future'" (PFT) - "The team has supplied a transcript of the event, and it contains significant elaboration on the question of whether the Eagles will trade up from No. 20 in an effort to get quarterback Marcus Mariota."
- "Eagles exec on Tim Tebow: 'We saw a great deal of improvement'" (SI.com) - "Philadelphia Eagles vice president of player personnel Ed Marynowitz told reporters Thursday that the team 'saw a great deal of improvement' in quarterback Tim Tebow..."
- "The Science of Speed" (CBS) - "Shane Ray's feet are moving quickly on this day. The defensive end from Missouri, who is projected to be a first-round pick in the NFL Draft and a potential top-10 overall selection, is jumping in and out of an agility drill with ease."
- "New Chargers stadium plan includes a tower that shoots actual lightning" (FTW) - "The Chargers and Raiders have released categorically absurd plans for a shared stadium in Carson that is sure to have plenty of people either sitting on the edges of their seats or scratching their heads."