- "Mariota Had Little Contact With Browns Prior To NFL Draft" (92.3) - "Leading up to the NFL Draft, the odds of Marcus Mariota becoming a Brown seemed far fetched considering the potential price for the No. 2 pick. On Tuesday while working with local youth at the NFL’s Play 60 event..."
- "Browns official has been in touch with suspended WR Josh Gordon" (ESPN) - "The Browns haven't washed their hands of Josh Gordon. A Browns official has corresponded with Gordon this offseason, according to a source. Gordon is serving a one-year suspension..."
- "Browns rookie receiver surprised by addition of Terrelle Pryor" (WKNR) - "The Browns’ stated intent of converting ex-Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor to wide receiver came as a surprise to at least two participants in the NFL Rookie Symposium Play 60 Youth Clinic on Tuesday."
- "Orchard hopes to hit the ground running" (OBR) - "Nate Orchard knew what the opportunity was ahead of him before his final season at Utah. He had just 3.5 sacks as a pass rusher in 2013 and knew that wasn’t going to cut it."
- "Tom Brady's lawyer: We made 'very compelling case' to overturn" (USA TODAY) - "Tom Brady got the chance to tell his side of the Deflategate story and reiterated his innocence in front of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday."
- "Broncos wanted to keep Manning, but not before offering $10 million cut" (PFT) - "With every snippet of information that comes out, we get another glimpse of how weird this offseason was for the Broncos and quarterback Peyton Manning."
- "Jason Pierre-Paul dropping weight during wait for deal" (NFL.com) - "After being slapped with the franchise tag, Jason Pierre-Paul sat out during offseason workouts waiting for a long-term deal from the New York Giants."
- "Economist Richard Thaler recalls giving draft advice to Dan Snyder" (SI.com) - "Renowned behavioral economist Richard Thaler recalled the time he offered draft advice to Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder in an appearance on Sports Illustrated's 'This Is Your Brain On Sports' podcast."