- "Manziel Indicted By Dallas County Grand Jury" (KRLD-AM) - "Sources in the Dallas County District Attorney’s office tell L.P. Phillips of KRLD-AM, Johnny Manziel has been indicted by a Dallas County Grand Jury on a misdemeanor assault with bodily injury charge."
- "Robert Griffin III says offseason work with throwing guru Tom House" (Ohio.com) - "Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III is to Luke Skywalker what throwing guru Tom House is to Yoda. Griffin confirmed Thursday he has been training under House this offseason..."
- "Andrew Berry is not daunted by the big role he plays in the Browns draft process" (OBR) - "Andrew Berry sat down with the writers who cover the Browns on a daily basis on Friday morning. Berry, who’s just 28 years old, oversees the scouting department."
- "History shows Cleveland Browns should run from quarterback with eighth draft pick" (MJ) - "Picking eighth in the NFL draft is like shopping for a car and choosing a Toyota, Chevy or Ford when you had enough money for a Mercedes – you’ll get a reliable ride but sacrifice luxury."
- "Signs point strongly to Jared Goff as the first pick" (PFT) - "Immediately after the Rams traded up from No. 15 to No. 1 in the draft, it seemed that the Rams would select quarterback Carson Wentz. Ultimately, conflicting reports emerged regarding whether the Rams would take Wentz or..."
- "Josh Norman signs 5-year, $75M deal with Redskins, source says" (ESPN) - "All-Pro cornerback Josh Norman has signed with the Washington Redskins, the team said Friday, to a deal for five years and $75 million, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Dolphins GM says he's 'comfortable' with RBs on roster" (NFL.com) - "After losing Lamar Miller, the Miami Dolphins' current running back depth chart consists of Jay Ajayi, Damien Williams, Jahwan Edwards, Daniel Thomas and Isaiah Pead."
- "Goodell: NFL Draft likely to leave Chicago, Denver, Atlanta want to host" (CBS) - "This year's draft will mark the second consecutive year that Chicago has hosted. Before that, New York had hosted every draft since 1965. It looks like the NFL's goal is to spread the wealth."