- "1-On-1 With Terrelle Pryor: It’s Going To Be A Challenge" (KDKA) - "Terrelle Pryor celebrated the first birthday of his son Terrelle, II this week. But fatherhood isn’t the only change in his life. He’s also no longer a quarterback, even though he still has an NFL record for the longest run by a quarterback."
- "Youthful QB coach Kevin O’Connell wise beyond his years" (Browns.com) - "At 30 years old, Browns quarterbacks coach Kevin O’Connell is one of the youngest position coaches in the entire NFL. But in the eyes of coach Mike Pettine and the rest of the Browns coaching staff..."
- "Will Browns Allow Consistency, Foundation" (OBR) - "There has been three constants for the Cleveland Browns since their return to the NFL: 1) Losing, 2) No Quarterback and 3) Constant Turnover. Everyone has their opinion of which causes which, Cleveland's version of the chicken or the egg plus one."
- "Mary Kay Discusses Why Josh McCown Isn’t Set Up To 'Disappoint' This Season" (92.3) - "Browns beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot joined Baskin & Phelps with Les Levine Tuesday to discuss Dwayne Bowe saying he’s ready to fill Josh Gordon’s shoes..."
- "Coral Springs PD: Jason Pierre-Paul incident outside jurisdiction" (ESPN) - "Police in Coral Springs, Florida, are no longer investigating Jason Pierre-Paul after determining that the fireworks incident involving the Giants defensive end did not take place in their jurisdiction."
- "Victor Cruz: I won't start Giants camp on PUP list" (NFL.com) - "Giants wideout Victor Cruz doesn't see himself easing into training camp despite his recovery from a grueling patellar tendon tear."
- "Donovan McNabb arrested again for DUI" (PFT) - "Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb served a day in jail in Maricopa County, Arizona last year after being arrested on DUI charges and may be in line for more time in the custody of the state in the near future."
- "Brett Favre accepts his 'share of the blame' for divorce with Packers" (CBS) - "Remember the summer of 2008? Birds were chirping, the sun was shining, and the Aaron Rodgers era in Green Bay was about to get started."