- "Joe Kim has built a career in the NFL showing teams how to use martial arts" (C-T) - "His mom took him to a martial arts studio so he could gain self-confidence and learn to defend himself. Six years later he earned his black belt in taekwondo. He became a national champion and GrandMaster."
- "E.J. Bibbs carrying same edge, mentality as he did as tryout player" (Browns.com) - "At this time last June, Bibbs, a 6-foot-2, 258-pound tight end, was putting the wraps on a commendable performance in the Browns’ offseason program and looking ahead to an uncertain future."
- "Hue Jackson mic'd up will have you feeling good about the Browns" (Cleveland.com) - "If you're planning to attend Cleveland Browns training camp this season, you'll definitely see more energy, especially if you keep your eyes locked on head coach Hue Jackson."
- "10 best NFL offensive linemen heading into next season" (PFF) - "Since Thomas entered the NFL in 2007 (the first season PFF began grading games), he has finished the regular season as our top-graded tackle in pass-protection four times, and has never been outside the top five."
- "Text: Lawyer seeks plea deal, doubts Manziel can stay clean" (AP) - "n attorney handling Johnny Manziel's domestic violence case expressed doubts about the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback's ability to stay clean..."
- "Fewer players are getting arrested in the offseason" (PFT) - "The NFL has taken a hard line over the last decade when it comes to players who get into trouble away from the field. Changes to the Personal Conduct Policy in 2007 had an impact..."
- "Calvin Johnson: 'Things are going good right now'" (ESPN) - "His body wasn't holding up anymore and Calvin Johnson had had enough. That, the former Detroit Lions All-Pro receiver said, was a big reason for his retirement."
- "There's a 'very good chance' that the Eagles keep Carson Wentz inactive for games" (CBS) - "The job will be Wentz's eventually, but for now, the plan is for Bradford to be the team's starter in 2016."