- "Gordon's agent: 'He'll get through this tough time'" (Plain Dealer) - "Josh Gordon's agent says his client is doing well and determined to be re-instated to the NFL after his minimum year-long ban expires in February. 'With Josh, he's hanging in there,' Drew Rosenhaus told Northeast Ohio Media Group..."
- "Snaps Lost: Cleveland Browns" (PFF) - "The "Snaps Lost" series is a detailed look at the playing time void created by players that have left each team this offseason, whether they were traded, cut, left in free agency, or retired. Because each unit plays a different number of snaps over the course of the year..."
- "Acquisition of Andy Lee was first trade for punter in 10 years" (ESPN) - "If the Cleveland Browns' trade to acquire a punter seems like a rare happening, it’s because it is. When the Browns acquired Andy Lee from San Francisco on Saturday, it marked the first time a team had traded for a punter in 10 years."
- "Johnny Manziel Still Doesn't Get How Being an NFL Player Works" (B/R) - "I feel sorry for Johnny Manziel. These are not words you will see or hear often. I can't blame anyone who doesn't like Manziel or chuckles at the notion of him deserving sympathy."
- "NFLPA's contempt motion against NFL, Roger Goodell headed to district court" (USA TODAY) - "A federal judge said Monday that he will hear the NFL Players Association's civil contempt motion against the league, its management council and Commissioner Roger Goodell here on Aug. 13."
- "Ben Tate reportedly will work out for Detroit Lions" (NFL.com) - "The Lions will become the next team to take a look at Ben Tate. ESPN reported Monday that the free-agent running back is scheduled to fly to Detroit to work out for the team on Tuesday, according to a source."
- "Corey Liuget expects to sign new deal with Chargers this week" (PFT) - "The Chargers and defensive end Corey Liuget have been working on a new contract, and it appears that their work is almost done. Liuget confirmed to Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune that a new contract is imminent."
- "Patriots cut Brandon Spikes amid probe into abandoned car" (CBS) - "It's a different NFL personnel world these days. You can tell by how quickly the Patriots released linebacker Brandon Spikes in the wake of an investigation involving an abandoned car over the weekend."