- "Don't Panic About The 'Cap Floor'" (OBR) - "The Cleveland Browns have been in no danger of coming close to being over the NFL’s yearly salary cap. And they don’t appear in danger of reaching the upper limits of their spending capacity any time soon..."
- "Browns’ tight end room suddenly filled to brim after draft, signings" (Browns.com) - "Six names will vie for about four chairs in the Cleveland Browns’ tight ends classroom. A pair of veteran incumbents: Gary Barnidge and Jim Dray. A free agent acquisition from the Arizona Cardinals: Rob Housler."
- "3 Keys To The Browns 2015" (Dawg Pound Nation) - "A new season is upon us. As per usual, there are some things the Browns can do to maximize their odds of avoiding another season concluding with their residence in the cellar of the AFC North."
- "Browns draft class at No. 2 in NFL.com power rankings" (DPD) - "The Browns finished second in the site’s NFL Draft class power rankings, behind only the Minnesota Vikings. Using NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt’s Hot 100 prospects list as the guiding force..."
- "Dolphins sign Ryan Tannehill to contract extension through 2020" (ESPN) - "The Miami Dolphins have signed quarterback Ryan Tannehill to an extension that will keep him under contract through the 2020 season, the team announced Monday."
- "49ers defensive lineman Justin Smith announces retirement" (SI.com) - "San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Justin Smith announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. Smith retires after 14 seasons, seven of which were spent with the Cincinnati Bengals and seven with the 49ers."
- "NFL to weigh new PAT procedures at owners' meeting" (NFL.com) - "When owners and decision makers convene at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton for the NFL Spring League Meeting, the key on-field issue to be debated centers around the extra point."
- "Report: Raiders' potential Oakland stadium deal is nearly dead" (CBS) - "The Raiders are currently operating under a one-year lease at the Oakland Coliseum, and the likelihood that the team and the city will reach an agreement on a new stadium in Oakland is rapidly shrinking."