- "Browns DC: 'We're going to stop the run' ... could they target Danny Shelton?" (CBS) - "The Cleveland Browns had problems too numerous to list last year, but on defense they had one in particular that could not be overcome: they could not stop the run, not even a little bit."
- "Best, worst sets of first-round picks: Browns at the bottom" (NFL.com) - "What's better than having two first-round picks in the NFL draft? Actually drafting two good players. The two teams in the 2015 NFL Draft with multiple first-round picks -- the Cleveland Browns..."
- "Cleveland Browns should entertain trade for Adrian Peterson" (ESPN) - "The Browns lack serious playmaking depth on offense, face questions at quarterback, want to run the ball 30-plus times a game as a result, have a ton of cap space..."
- "Haslam-Owned Pilot Flying J Settles 4 Rebate Fraud Cases" (AP) - "Four trucking companies have settled lawsuits against the truck-stop chain owned by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam claiming Knoxville-based Pilot Flying J fraudulently withheld fuel rebates..."
- "Kurt Warner says a team asked him to consider a workout" (PFT) - "It sounded like an April Fools joke when Kurt Warner said it yesterday: At the age of 43, five years since he retired, an official with an NFL team approached him about coming in for a workout."
- "Thursday NFL moves: Josh Freeman signs with Dolphins" (USA TODAY) - "Quarterback Josh Freeman has signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins after sitting out last season. The 2009 first-round pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers..."
- "Rob Gronkowski would rather have concussion than knee injury" (SI.com) - "New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski said on The Jim Rome Show that he would rather have a concussion than a knee injury."
- "Football Leads To An Early Death? If Only It Were That Simple" (538) - "Football’s reputation has taken some serious hits lately. The onslaught began in 2002 when forensic pathologist Bennet Omalu found signs of a neurodegenerative disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy..."