- "Johnny Manziel works with Jon Gruden as training camp approaches" (C-T) - "Johnny Manziel had a famous tutor as he prepared for his second training camp with the Browns. Manziel worked a few days this week with former NFL coach Jon Gruden in Tampa..."
- "Odds Stacked Against WR Taylor Gabriel for a 2015 Breakout Campaign" (B/R) - "Twelve months ago, Taylor Gabriel was relatively unknown. Although a record-setting receiver in college, playing for Abilene Christian University, it didn't push the diminutive receiver onto the national stage."
- "Paul Kruger: The Browns' quiet man on defense" (DPD) - "There are plenty of subplots surrounding the defense of the Cleveland Browns heading into the 2015 NFL season. Can the new additions along the defensive line finally help the Browns stop the run?"
- "Josh McCown needs to become the bridge to somewhere" (Plain Dealer) - "The Cleveland Browns long ago gave us reason to stop describing their various quarterback tenures as 'eras,' except as strained attempts at humor."
- "Gosder Cherilus released by Indianapolis Colts" (NFL.com) - "The Indianapolis Colts have moved on from Gosder Cherilus. The team announced Sunday that it has released the right tackle, who struggled with injuries and consistency in two years with Indianapolis."
- "Report: Saints to release linebacker Junior Galette" (SI.com) - "The New Orleans Saints are releasing linebacker Junior Galette, according to multiple reports. Last month, the NFL said it is aware of a video posted in 2013 that appears to show Galette striking multiple people with a belt."
- "Antonio Brown quiets holdout talk: They never go well" (ESPN) - "Antonio Brown is putting holdout talk to bed, possibly for good. The All-Pro receiver offered a big-picture perspective on why he's not holding out despite having three years left on a six-year, $43 million deal."
- "After Deflategate, NFL instructs refs to inspect footballs more closely" (PFT) - "NFL referees have been given detailed instructions for closely inspecting footballs in response to Deflategate. In what former NFL head of officiating Mike Pereira terms 'an overreaction' to the controversy..."