- "Terrelle Pryor, Dwayne Bowe, Duke Johnson will all likely sit out scrimmage" (Plain Dealer) - "Terrelle Pryor's much-anticipated return to Ohio Stadium on Friday night is in jeopardy. Pryor might still set foot on the Ohio State turf for the first time since being banned in 2011 for five years..."
- "The Last Thing Mingo Needs: Another Injury" (OBR) - "One of the more concerning of these injuries has befallen Browns outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo. Mingo did not participate in the team's Wednesday practice."
- "Cameron Erving vs. John Greco an intriguing training camp battle" (MJ) - "There will be no changing of the guard on the Browns’ offensive line this summer — not if John Greco has anything to say about it. Greco, the incumbent right guard, is trying to hold off a challenge..."
- "Should Browns fans be worried about Justin Gilbert?" (DPD) - "In a different era, or under a different coaching regime, the narrative surrounding Justin Gilbert would be far different than it is today. Gilbert, the second-year cornerback out of Oklahoma State..."
- "Report: Arian Foster expected to go on injured reserve/return" (PFT) - "We learned Tuesday that the Texans will be without running back Arian Foster for some time after suffering a groin injury that will require surgery and now we’re getting an idea of just how long he will be out."
- "Seahawks' Earl Thomas passes physical, off PUP list" (NFL.com) - "The Seattle Seahawks' secondary got some good news Wednesday. Safety Earl Thomas officially passed his physical and is off the physically unable to perform list, the team annnounced."
- "Medical timeout might have prevented key Super Bowl play" (AP) - "The NFL's new rule calling for a medical timeout when a player appears possibly concussed might have helped after a Super Bowl play involving Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman."
- "NFL's response to ball incidents with Vikings, Packers differs from Patriots" (CBS) - "Part of the transcript released Tuesday from the Tom Brady appeal hearing -- full details here -- included the testimony of Troy Vincent, VP of Football Operations for the NFL."