- "Browns discover Scott Solomon, tell Barkevious Mingo to 'earn it'" (ESPN) - "Jim O'Neil didn't exactly throw down a gauntlet to linebacker Barkevious Mingo, but the Cleveland Browns' defensive coordinator did make some interesting feelings known Thursday."
- "On Pierre Desir and the Cleveland Browns' rare luxury of time" (Plain Dealer) - "Pierre Desir made a handful of good plays on the final day of Browns spring practice Thursday. It served as a reminder of how well the lanky corner performed in the final two games last season..."
- "A Decade of Run Problems" (OBR) - "We all know that the Cleveland Browns’ defense were the worst performers against the run in 2014. They allowed an average of 141.6 rushing yards per game. Opposing offenses were quick to figure this out..."
- "Running back Chris Ogbonnaya announces his retirement from NFL" (PFT) - "It’s the time of year for guys not among the 2,880 best football players in the world to look for something else to do. According to Adam Caplan of ESPN, running back Chris Ogbonnaya has announced his retirement..."
- "Patriots cut Fred Davis" (ESPN) - "Veteran tight end Fred Davis, who was attempting a comeback with the New England Patriots after missing the 2014 season because of suspension, was cut by the team Friday."
- "Report: 2013 video shows Saints LB Junior Galette hitting woman with belt" (CBS) - "New Orleans Saints linebacker Junior Galette could be in hot water with the NFL soon after it was revealed on Saturday that he was one of several people involved in a 2013 fight..."
- "Offensive changes in store again for Ravens" (USA TODAY) - "Changing the offense has almost become a rite of spring for the Baltimore Ravens. This year seems no different with former Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman..."
- "Rob and Rex Ryan possibly mixed up at birth" (NFL.com) - "Is there a chance the Bills actually hired Rob Ryan to be their head coach for the next five years? Rex -- or at least the person we believe to be Rex -- has many tall tales about him and his twin brother..."