- "Robert Griffin III jumps into community as well as Browns' playbook" (ESPN) - "In mid-April, Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III flew to Gainesville, Florida, to pay a surprise visit to 11-year-old Samantha Foss, who has cystic fibrosis."
- "A year after oozing confidence, rebuilt Cleveland Browns secondary comes with plenty of questions" (Plain Dealer) - "A year ago, members of the Browns' secondary were touting themselves as one of the NFL's top three defensive backfields."
- "Inside the Numbers: 2016 Cleveland Browns Draft class" (247Sports) - "The Cleveland Browns concluded their 2016 NFL Draft with fourteen choices. Analytics have been mentioned in correspondence with the Browns ever since the addition of the Harvard trio."
- "David Carr's connection with Browns QB Cody Kessler" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media's David Carr talks about his connection with Cleveland Browns QB Cody Kessler and how well he will play and transition into the league." - VIDEO
- "Titans, Cowboys, Rams returning to power football" (NFL.com) - "The rise of analytics in professional football ushered in the devaluation of ball carriers a half-decade ago, relegating starting running backs to the fringes of team payrolls alongside specialists such as kickers and punters."
- "Here's how Tom Brady could avoid his Deflategate suspension in 2016" (CBS) - "There are two legal outcomes that would put the Pats quarterback, who had his four-game Deflategate suspension reinstated by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in April, back on the field."
- "Andrew Luck: I have an obligation to keep myself healthy" (PFT) - "Last week, Colts quarterbacks coach Brian Schottenheimer said that the team wasn’t going to change the way quarterback Andrew Luck plays as a result of the injuries that kept him out of the lineup for nine games last year."
- "NFL hires Runyan as VP of policy and rules administration" (AP) - "Former NFL tackle and congressman Jon Runyan has been hired as vice president of policy and rules administration, the league said on Tuesday."