- "DeFilippo says Cameron Erving likely to open training camp at right guard" (Plain Dealer) - "Rookie offensive lineman Cameron Erving spent his spring learning multiple positions. His focus will narrow as training camp opens in late July."
- "McCown entrenched as starting QB as Browns head to camp" (FSO) - "It is becoming more and more evident that Josh McCown is firmly entrenched as the Browns starting quarterback as the team sets to head to training camp in late July. Mike Pettine said he doesn't see that changing anytime soon."
- "Mike Pettine is a believer in Dwayne Bowe" (PFT) - "Sure, receiver Dwayne Bowe underachieved after signing a market-value contract in Kansas City. Yeah, he missed the first game of the 2014 season due to an off-field incident involving a leafy substance the NFL inexplicably still cares about."
- "Tashaun Gipson, Donte Whitner: Browns' secondary the NFL's second best" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns' defensive backs are not afraid to talk big. Free safety Tashaun Gipson said this week that the Browns' secondary is the second best in the league, behind Seattle."
- "Cincinnati Bengals cut QB Terrelle Pryor" (NFL.com) - "Yet another team has cut Terrelle Pryor. The Cincinnati Bengals announced Thursday they released the quarterback a little more than a month after signing him."
- "Adrian Peterson finding a new normal with Vikings" (AP) - "Adrian Peterson has been back on the football field, wearing that familiar purple No. 28 jersey and running through the plays that he ran last year before everything fell apart."
- "NFL safety boss says the league could ban helmets one day" (BBC) - "The NFL has tried to reduce the risk of head injuries over the last five years and recently reached an almost $1bn legal settlement with ex-players suffering with head trauma."
- "The NFL's Trench Therapist" (CBS) - "This therapy office looks like none other, and don't even think about it being a quiet, tranquil place. It is a huge warehouse in an office park with a 25-yard turf football field on one side..."