- "Cleveland Browns open OTAs on Tuesday" (Dawg Pound Daily) - "The Cleveland Browns enter the next phase of the NFL’s nine-week off-season program when they open Organized Team Activities on Tuesday. The team will hold 10 practice sessions during this phase but..."
- "Top Training Camp and Preseason Browns Position Battles to Watch" (Dawg Pound Nation) - "It’s the slow season for Browns news, and based on how much of the offseason went, that’s really a welcome time. A very patient and judicious approach to free agency..."
- "How high is the limit for Duke Johnson?" (OBR) - "Of the 12 players the Browns recently drafted, could running back Duke Johnson turn out to be the most productive of all the draft picks? In just three seasons at Miami (Fla.) Johnson accounted for 5,526 all-purpose yards."
- "What Does Cleveland Browns Drafting RB Duke Johnson Mean for Terrance West?" (B/R) - "When the Cleveland Browns selected running back Duke Johnson in Round 3 of the 2015 NFL draft, it seemed to be another confirmation that the team would be taking a run-heavy approach to its offense this year."
- "Bears release Ray McDonald" (PFT) - "Holiday, schmoliday. With the NFL taking a rare day off to celebrate Memorial Day, the Chicago Bears opted to transact some swift business in the immediate aftermath of the latest arrest of defensive lineman Ray McDonald."
- "Tom Brady's appeal of ban won't be heard by Wednesday" (AP) - "Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension for his role in the deflated footballs scandal won't be heard by Wednesday's 10-day deadline, two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press."
- "Jim Schwartz takes job working with NFL officials" (NFL.com) - "Jim Schwartz has landed another job in the NFL, but it won't be as a coach. Schwartz will serve as a consultant to the league's officiating department for the 2015 season, a league official confirmed with NFL Media on Monday."
- "QBs lead the list of players with plenty to prove in 2015" (CBS) - "NFL training camps open in about two months, which confirms that there really is no offseason. But more important, it serves as one last opportunity for those can't-miss prospects currently on the road to missing badly."