- "Will Paul DePodesta and Moneyball work in Cleveland?" (ESPN) - "In January, with zero football experience, hired by Cleveland to oversee progressive, analytics-first overhaul of its front office, roster, culture. Will face major obstacles while attempting to challenge decades-old NFL scouting..."
- "Mike Garafolo Says Gordon’s Failed Test A 'Misstep That’s Going To Hold Up The Process'" (92.3) - "Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports joined Bull & Fox to talk about his report that Josh Gordon failed another drug test, but isn’t facing a definite suspension because it involved a 'diluted' sample..."
- "Christian Kirksey preparing like a starter, but 'nothing's written in stone'" (Browns.com) - "Christian Kirksey is embracing the opportunity to play a bigger role on Cleveland’s defense. But the Browns inside linebacker says he’ll have to earn it first."
- "How the Browns can combat the Ravens' run game in the NFL draft" (PFF) - "The importance of divisional games cannot be overstated. Sweeping both games from a rival can be the difference between a bye week through the wildcard round and being out of the playoffs altogether."
- "Titans reportedly have a 'solid offer' for the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft" (CBS) - "The Titans reportedly have a 'solid offer' for the No. 1 overall pick. But from who? That's the beauty of draft season unfolding the way it does, with smokescreens abounding and rumors floating every which way."
- "Other teams expect the Titans to take Laremy Tunsil" (PFT) - "The Titans are talking up the possibility of trading down, but most teams don’t think they’ll do it. Instead, other NFL teams are expecting the Titans to stay at the top of the draft and select Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil."
- "Sean Payton: Will Smith had bright coaching career ahead" (USA TODAY) - "Will Smith was poised to go back to training camp this summer with the New Orleans Saints – as a fellow on Sean Payton’s coaching staff."
- "Jason Pierre-Paul details his fateful fireworks accident" (SI.com) - "Last July 4, Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul’s life was forever altered after a fireworks accident in Miami forced doctors to amputate a finger on his right hand."