- "What did we learn about the Browns rookies?" (FSO) - "What did we learn about the Browns rookies? Of the 77 players the Browns had in minicamp over the weekend, 12 were draft choices. Mike Pettine said most of the 2015 draft class caught the coaching staff's attention, in one way or another."
- "Browns will have options at kick and punt returner" (Browns.com) - "Special teams played a critical role in the Cleveland Browns improving their win total to seven games in 2014. Game-winning field goals from Billy Cundiff against the Saints and Falcons coupled with blocked kicks..."
- "An NFL scout’s take on the Cleveland Browns’ draft" (WFNY) - "I have no idea if the players the Cleveland Browns selected two weeks ago are going to be any good. I don’t think most people do, really. It’s fun to follow these guys and to buy virtual stock in them..."
- "If Johnny Manziel shows anything in camp, Browns should start him" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns are handling Johnny Manziel with the tenderest of kid gloves. While being quirky in gushing over three weeks of Manziel's offseason work, they are not inflating expectations, not overselling."
- "Tom Brady suspended 4 games by NFL; Patriots lose 2016 first-rounder" (CBS) - "When the 2015 NFL season kicks off in New England, Tom Brady won't be there to enjoy it. The NFL announced on Monday that Brady has been suspended for the first four games of the 2015 season..."
- "Jets' salutes honor N.J. National Guard but cost taxpayers" (NJ.com) - "When the Jets paused to honor soldiers of the New Jersey Army National Guard at home games during the past four years, it was more than a heartfelt salute to the military..."
- "15 things we learned during rookie minicamps" (NFL.com) - "Rookie minicamps opened this weekend, putting players together on the field for the first time in the 2015 season. The principal events provided the latest example that an NFL player's job is unlike any us plebeians pursue."
- "Jay Gruden: RGIII should make big jump this year" (PFT) - "Through one year of their partnership, there have been plenty of people who have shared the opinion that Robert Griffin III is a poor fit for what coach Jay Gruden is looking for in a quarterback in Washington."