- "Revisiting the Cleveland Browns' 2014 draft day trade with Buffalo" (Plain Dealer) - "Heading into the 2014 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns were linked to a number of different players. But as the clock was ticking away on the No. 4 pick, Browns general manager Ray Farmer chose a different path."
- "Bitonio Ready to 'Take That Next Step'" (OBR) - "Mike Pettine is expecting big things from second-year guard Joel Bitonio. After stepping in immediately as a rookie in 2014, Bitonio even received mention as a Pro Bowl candidate as a rookie. Pettine thinks Bitonio is ready to breakout..."
- "Zac Jackson Says 'I Don’t See a Scenario in the Next Few Weeks That Johnny Manziel Is the Best Option For This Team'" (92.3) - "Zac Jackson of ProFootballTalk.com joined Bull & Fox to talk about whether Johnny Manziel can play himself into the discussion for the starting job, other quarterback options around the league..."
- "ATN: Can Mike Pettine transform the Browns ?" (NFL.com) - "The "Around the NFL" crew breaks down Marc Sessler's long-form piece on the Cleveland Browns and discuss whether or not head coach Mike Pettine can turn the franchise around." - VIDEO
- "Source: Chip Kelly's excitement for Tim Tebow growing stronger" (ESPN) - "Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly continues to be impressed by quarterback Tim Tebow, who will earn a spot on the team if he doesn't make any major errors the rest of the preseason..."
- "Robert Griffin III takes pounding from Lions, leaves game with injury" (CBS) - "Robert Griffin III's night against the Detroit Lions couldn't have gone any worse, though Griffin deserves little blame for his woes."
- "Jets G Oday Aboushi suspended one game for substance abuse" (SI.com) - "New York Jets guard Oday Aboushi has been suspended for one game for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced Thursday."
- "Evan Mathis to visit Seahawks (unless he signs elsewhere first)" (PFT) - "Safety Kam Chancellor is still out. Guard Evan Mathis could be in. PFT has confirmed that Mathis will be visiting the Seahawks."