- "Cleveland Browns add eight players to roster" (DPD) - "The Cleveland Browns added eight players to the roster this week, all of whom participated in the team’s rookie mini-camp over the weekend. In order to add the players to the roster, Cleveland had to cut ties with..."
- "Browns' rookie safety Ibraheim Campbell looks to live up to expecations" (Plain Dealer) - "Ibraheim Campbell probably couldn't have asked for a better situation or a worse jersey number. The hard-hitting Northwestern safety didn't have a say in either selection..."
- "Weeden empathizes with Manziel for not living up to expectations" (FSO) - "Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Brandon Weeden shares two things with Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel: he was one of the franchise's first-round selections and he was also taken with the 22nd overall pick."
- "Braylon Edwards Arrested: Latest Details Surrounding Former NFL WR's DUI Arrest" (B/R) - "Former NFL wide receiver Braylon Edwards, who spent parts of eight seasons with four different teams, was arrested May 4 and charged with driving under the influence."
- "Tampa Bay Buccaneers claim D.J. Swearinger" (NFL.com) - "The Buccaneers are in the midst of a secondary makeover this offseason. Tampa Bay claimed safety D.J. Swearinger off waivers on Tuesday, the team announced."
- "Dante Fowler Jr. signs 4-year, $23.5 million deal with Jags, sources say" (ESPN) - "The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed rookie Dante Fowler Jr., less than a week after the No. 3 overall pick in last month's NFL draft tore his ACL on the first day of rookie minicamp."
- "Ted Wells responds to 'personal attacks,' defends Deflategate report" (CBS) - "Investigator Ted Wells, in breaking with his past protocol in speaking about high-profile cases, vehemently defended his report on the Patriots 'Deflategate' case..."
- "Brady will use Kessler for appeal of suspension" (PFT) - "Patriots quarterback Tom Brady should have used the NFL Players Association in connection with the Ted Wells report. Brady didn’t. But he apparently won’t make the same mistake twice."