- "Will Terrelle Pryor be one of the Cleveland Browns' 53?" (ESPN) - "Can Terrelle Pryor make the Cleveland Browns' final roster? The odds do not seem to be with him. Pryor has simply not played enough receiver for him to step in and make significant contributions in his first attempt at the position."
- "Should the Cleveland Browns additions at WR be reason for concern?" (DPD) - "With the Cleveland Browns two most recent acquisitions of Shane Wynn and Terrelle Pryor, it looks like the coaching staff is inadvertently letting the world know how they feel about the current state of the wide receiver corp."
- "Vocal rookie Charles Gaines quietly finding his way with the Browns" (Browns.com) - "Want to know who Cleveland Browns rookie cornerback Charles Gaines is as a person? Watch him interact with youth football players at a Play 60 Youth Football Clinic. Gaines’ whimsical personality is on full display."
- "Life's playbook: NFL schools rookies on being a professional" (AP) - "To prepare rookies for life as professionals, the NFL is again providing a crash course filled with seminars, testimonials and advice on how to navigate the pitfalls of fame and fortune."
- "Roger Goodell hears Tom Brady's Deflategate appeal: 4 things to know" (CBS) - "Tom Brady's day of reckoning is here. The Patriots quarterback is meeting Tuesday with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to appeal the four-game suspension handed down last month by ..."
- "Tom Condon says no one talked to him about a Peyton Manning trade" (PFT) - "The report raised plenty of eyebrows. If it’s true, it’s nevertheless being denied by the major players involved in it. The Broncos have said, emphatically, that they did not try to trade..."
- "Making the Leap, No. 19: Jets QB Geno Smith" (NFL.com) - "Geno Smith showed more last December than Derek Carr or Blake Bortles showed all season. He torched the Dolphins in a nearly flawless Week 17 game, but nobody noticed because the Jets' season was over in November."
- "9 Key NFL Players In Contract Flux" (Sports on Earth) - "The brightest lights will always shine on quarterbacks in the NFL. But this overshadows the meaningful developments that occur away from the sport's most glamorous position, especially when it comes to player movement."