- "Mike Pettine plenty frustrated at injury to Browns RB Duke Johnson" (ESPN) - "Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine's feelings about his running back situation were more than evident Tuesday. Pettine expressed strong frustration when he discussed the hamstring problem..."
- "Terrelle Pryor after wobbly pass: 'I never had' quarterback skills" (CBS) - "Terrelle Pryor isn't in the quarterback business anymore -- he gave that up in order to stick around in the NFL, as his chances to succeed as a quarterback appeared grim at best."
- "The 10 Most Positive Surprises Of Browns Training Camp So Far" (DPN) - "We’re in this really nice place where the Browns aren’t playing any games, but there is sort of football going on. What I’m saying is that it’s fairly easy to see positives without much downside."
- "How much will Manziel learn as a backup?" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media's Brian Billick discusses Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel's progression in his second season, Josh McCown being a "bridge-quarterback" in 2015, and the Browns head coach Mike Pettine." - VIDEO
- "Texans RB Arian Foster hurts groin; surgery likely" (ESPN) - "Texans running back Arian Foster likely will need surgery for a groin injury he suffered during the team's first fully padded training camp practice, a source said."
- "At hearing, Brady tiptoed around preference for 12.5 PSI" (PFT) - "The NFLPA has made its initial filing in a New York federal court in the case involving Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension."
- "Ray Rice says he's 'rehabilitated man,' eyes NFL return" (USA TODAY) - "A contrite, reflective and hopeful Ray Rice appeared on ESPN’s SportsCenter on Tuesday evening, clearly hopeful his NFL future isn’t over but seemingly at least equally concerned..."
- "Ultimate NFL Road Trip" (Sports On Earth) - "We should be able to plan a lot farther ahead than that. Thus, today, merely one month and six days until the season begins -- seriously, Thursday, Sept. 10 is the start of the season, five weeks from Thursday -- we put together this year's itinerary."