- "Pettine calls report on Manziel 'irresponsible'" (FSO) - "Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine used his post practice session with the media on Tuesday to voice his displeasure with a report that came out last week that it looked as though the Browns had "moved on" from Johnny Manziel."
- "Bowe left practice with a tweaked knee, but not believed to be serious" (Plain Dealer) - "Receiver Dwayne Bowe threw a minor scare into the Browns Tuesday when he went up for a pass, got tangled up with a defender and came up limping about midway through the two-hour OTA practice."
- "Browns secondary prides itself on non-stop disruption at OTAs" (Browns.com) - "A reporter at Tuesday’s OTA noted to coach Mike Pettine that it seemed like the Browns’ defensive backs were getting their hands on a lot of passes. Pettine seemed to agree and offered a simple explanation."
- "Browns welcome kid with rare disease for symbolic contract" (AP) - "The newest member of the Browns arrived in a limousine, signed his contract and suited up in front of his locker. Dylan Sutcliffe then headed out to the practice field..."
- "Cam Newton lands five-year, $103M deal from Panthers" (CBS) - "Cam Newton and the Panthers agreed on a five-year extension that will keep the quarterback in Carolina through 2020. It will also make him a very rich man."
- "Roger Goodell: NFLPA's arguments have 'no merit'" (ESPN) - "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has formally rejected the NFL Players Association's motion to recuse himself as arbitrator of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's appeal hearing June 23."
- "Adrian Peterson: 'I really didn't know what I wanted'" (NFL.com) - "This should not come as a surprise, but the Minnesota Vikings could not be more thrilled to see Adrian Peterson back on the field. And Peterson was emotional about returning to the team."
- "Russell Wilson on his contract: 'I believe it will work out, hope that it does'" (PFT) - "Russell Wilson has been back leading the Seattle Seahawks Offense in OTAs the last two days after missing the first week to attend memorial services with teammates Jimmy Graham and Cliff Avril."