- "Josh Gordon’s agent pushing for investigation of confidentiality breach" (PFT) - "As of this morning, the NFL Players Association and representatives for Browns receiver Josh Gordon were discussing the possibility of seeking an investigation regarding the leaks of confidential information..."
- "Latest Josh Gordon news does not change draft plans" (DPD) - "It has always been a bit of a pipe dream to think that the Browns could count on Gordon’s return, and it would be similarly foolish for the team to react to the latest news by changing their draft strategy."
- "No hurry for Browns decision in the case of Josh Gordon" (Plain Dealer) - "Josh Gordon and Johnny Manziel understandably are lumped together these days by people who want the Browns to be done with both of them instead of just Manziel."
- "Carson Wentz already knows parts of Cleveland Browns' playbook" (WKYC via ESPN) - "The 2016 NFL Draft is two weeks away, and it is being reported that one of the top quarterback prospects, North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz, has an abridged version of the Cleveland Browns’ playbook."
- "Report: Leon Hall underwent offseason back surgery" (NFL.com) - "Former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Leon Hall is one of the most recognizable names languishing on the open market one month removed from the start of free agency."
- "Police: Slain ex-Saint Smith had loaded gun in SUV when shot" (AP) - "Former New Orleans Saints star Will Smith had a loaded gun inside his vehicle on the night he was shot, but there was no evidence that it had been fired, police said Tuesday."
- "Stedman Bailey is route running five months after getting shot in the head" (CBS) - "Nearly five months ago, on Nov. 24, Rams receiver Stedman Bailey was shot in the head. At the time, the Rams announced that Bailey was in 'critical, but stable, condition.'"
- "Chargers have simple plan for stadium in San Diego" (ESPN) - "The San Diego Chargers will start campaigning for the passage of the team’s plan for a new NFL stadium and convention center expansion by the end of this month."