- "Johnny Manziel's challenge ahead: 'He lost a lot of trust among the guys on the team last year' -- Joe Thomas" (WKNR) - "Almost back: Johnny Manziel reportedly played golf with his dad in Shreveport, LA, on Saturday, fueling speculation that his days in an undisclosed treatment center in Northeast Ohio are coming to an end."
- "Can an iconoclast like Cleveland Browns' Johnny Manziel conform? We're about to find out" (Plain Dealer) - "Part of Johnny Manziel's appeal in college was his defiance, his unwillingness to bow to norms. He won a Heisman Trophy and was a finalist for another playing by his own rules at Texas A&M."
- "Jim O’Neil ‘very optimistic’ about Browns CB Justin Gilbert bouncing back" (Browns.com) - "Jim O’Neil looks at his group of defensive backs and sees a problem. It’s a 'good problem,' mind you, and it will only become more problematic (better) if Justin Gilbert elevates his performance during his second NFL season."
- "Petrak: Danny Shelton 'Makes All The Sense In The World At 12', Not Ruling Out QB Early" (92.3) - "Browns reporter Scott Petrak joined Baskin & Phelps with Les Levine Monday to discuss Johnny Manziel taking a break from rehab to play golf, what he’s thinking about the Draft for Cleveland..."
- "Denarius Moore signs one-year deal with Bengals" (NFL.com) - "Denarius Moore has found a new home. The former Oakland Raiders wideout has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals, the team announced Monday."
- "Vikings' Adrian Peterson to meet with NFL about status Tuesday" (USA TODAY) - "Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson will meet with NFL officials Tuesday to discuss reinstating him from the commissioner's exempt list..."
- "NCAA won’t move title game from Monday night" (PFT) - "As the NFL continues to consider expanding the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams and, in turn, placing two extra wild-card games into a weekend that already has four playoff contests..."
- "Defense rests in Aaron Hernandez murder trial" (CBS) - "The defense in the Aaron Hernandez first degree murder trial of Odin Lloyd rested shortly before 3 p.m. Monday after calling three witnesses to the stand, per the Boston Globe."