- "Phil Taylor hopes knee is ready for camp but 'we're taking it one day at a time'" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns defensive tackle Phil Taylor wore a sleeve on his surgically-repaired right knee and walked with a limp at the Cleveland Browns Foundation golf outing Friday, but he was reasonably sure to reach his goal."
- "Calmer lifestyle helping Johnny Manziel prepare for season" (ESPN) - "Paul Kruger lives in the golf community where Johnny Manziel recently moved, so Kruger knows a little bit about the change in lifestyle for a quarterback who lived in downtown Cleveland as a rookie."
- "Pettine studying up and enjoying his increased role with the offense" (C-T) - "Mike Pettine went back to school during the offseason. The curriculum consisted of one subject: the offensive system of first-year coordinator John DeFilippo."
- "Pettine gets hands-on with Browns’ offense, which is bad for Manziel" (PFT) - "Browns coach Mike Pettine is taking a more hands-on approach to the offense this year. And that’s not a good sign for Johnny Manziel. Pettine, who has a defensive background..."
- "Zach Mettenberger says he'll fight to keep starting job with Titans" (ESPN) - "Zach Mettenberger is going to do his best to make it hard for the Tennessee Titans to hand over the starting quarterback job to Marcus Mariota."
- "Carroll claims Bruce Irvin's Atlanta comments were misconstrued" (CBS) - "Seahawks pass rusher Bruce Irvin recently said that he is going to be playing for the Atlanta Falcons in 2016. But Pete Carroll, his head coach, says Irvin never said that..."
- "Bobby Wagner would like an extension 'soon'" (PFT) - "The Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson are reportedly having a hard time finding common ground on terms for a contract extension, which may be leading Wilson to vent on Twitter..."
- "Jason Witten: Romo and I can play 4-5 more seasons" (NFL.com) - "The future has been on the minds of many who wear a Dallas Cowboys jersey. With Tony Romo turning 35 last month, he's coming down the stretch on the back nine of his career..."