- "Browns and player liaison Jamil Northcutt are parting ways" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns and director player of engagement Jamil Nortcutt will part ways in the coming weeks, a league source told Northeast Ohio Media Group."
- "Browns once again overshadowed by Johnny" (Shutdown Corner) - "It’s impossible to talk about the Cleveland Browns without talking about quarterback Johnny Manziel. Manziel has drawn an unbelievable amount of interest for a player who has started and finished one NFL game."
- "Top Five Browns Breakout Stars" (OBR) - "For the Browns to become one of the top teams in the NFL they need to have some of their core young players blossom into elite status. If making the Pro Bowl is the standard of being an elite player..."
- "If Gilbert And Manziel Fail, Farmer Must Be Held Accountable" (DPN) - "As we head into the Browns 2015 season, there is an elephant in the room that we have all been avoiding discussing. What does it mean to the Browns, a franchise in perpetual rebuilding mode, if both of their 2014 1st round draft picks fail?"
- "Legal collusion helped Dez, Demaryius get deals done" (PFT) - "The world will never know whether the Cowboys and Broncos impermissibly compared notes on their negotiations with receivers Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas, respectively."
- "Report: Deflategate ruling might come late July, Brady could play in opener" (CBS) - "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was asked when we might learn Tom Brady's Deflategate fate. 'Very soon,' he said, even hinting that a ruling could come this week."
- "Windfalls enjoyed by franchised players portend big money for other stars" (USA TODAY) - "By Wednesday's deadline for franchise-tagged players to reach long-term contracts, three NFL superstars were happy."
- "Will T.Y. Hilton leave the Colts in 2016?" (NFL.com) - "Due $660,000 this offseason, T.Y. Hilton is one of the most underpaid players in football. It doesn't sound like the Colts are going to give him an extension before this season, and it doesn't sound like Hilton is thrilled."