- "Johnny Manziel determined to shed money sign image" (Morning Journal) - "Johnny Football and his money sign have gone the way of eight-track players and the milkman. So says the man that let those trademarks consume him and turn him into one of the most polarizing football player..."
- "Browns Salary Cap: How does the rollover work" (OBR) - "Because this is the dead season for the NFL, with few contracts being signed and few situations taking place to impact the Cleveland Browns’ salary cap, it’s a good time to open the floor to reader questions about the Browns’ salary cap."
- "5 observations from Day 2 of Browns minicamp" (Browns.com) - "Time will tell, but right now it looks like Bowe will be the wide receiver opposing teams use their No. 1 cornerback to mark this season. Bowe’s not a blazing speed guy anymore, but he’s been craftily..."
- "Manziel, McCown battle in Browns OTAs" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media's Patrick Claybon gives the latest on the battle for the Cleveland Browns' quarterback position between Johnny Manziel and Josh McCown." - VIDEO
- "Why Dez Bryant's threat to miss games isn't misguided" (CBS) - "Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant and his agent have floated the possibility that Bryant could miss regular season action if the Cowboys don't sign the star WR to a long-term deal."
- "Julio Jones says he won’t be conducting a 'selfish' holdout" (PFT) - "Julio Jones is saying all the right things now. Of course, he hasn’t been hit with a franchise tag yet, either. The Falcons wide receiver is waiting for his new mega-contract..."
- "Kelvin Benjamin's hamstring injury may be due to weight" (SI.com) - "Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin's hamstring injury could be the result of him reporting to organized team activities overweight."
- "Michael Oher gives negative review to effect 'The Blind Side' has had" (ESPN) - "'The Blind Side' may have been a box office hit, but the player it was about has been blindsided by its effect on his NFL career. Carolina Panthers left tackle Michael Oher said Wednesday..."