- "Cleveland police union threatens not to work Browns games" (PFT) - "The Browns don’t believe it’s good enough for running back Isaiah Crowell’s to simply apologize for posting on social media an image of an attack on a police officer. The union that represents Cleveland’s police officers agrees."
- "Robert Griffin III aims to earn everything with Cleveland" (WKYC) - "Like everyone in the Cleveland Browns’ quarterback room, Robert Griffin III will not be handed anything, and that is just the way he likes it. Griffin knew he would have to put together a good set of offseason workouts..."
- "Tracy Howard eager to make most of opportunity with Browns" (Browns.com) - "Yes, the weather in Cleveland is different from that in Miami, Florida. Former Miami Hurricanes cornerback Tracy Howard learned of that departure in April during the Browns’ rookie minicamp in which the team’s practice..."
- "Daryl Ruiter Says: Cutting Isaiah [Crowell] Is Not On The Table" (92.3 The Fan) - "Daryl Ruiter joined Bull & Fox to talk about the Isaiah Crowell situation, the Browns statement, and how he thinks the Browns should handle this situation." - AUDIO
- "Harrison denies using PEDs, sends affidavit to NFL" (AP) - "James Harrison said in an affidavit sent to the NFL that he never met nor communicated with the source of a media report that linked him and other players to the use of performance-enhancing drugs."
- "Wes Welker calls his chances of playing in the NFL again a 'small percentage'" (CBS) - "Wes Welker, the formerly dominant slot receiver for Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, isn't quite ready to officially retire. By the sound of it though, Welker isn't delusional..."
- "Falcons want to reduce Devonta Freeman's workload" (NFL.com) - "Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman compiled a combined 1,634 yards rushing and receiving in 2015, more than 27 percent of the team's total yards for the year."
- "Five things you probably didn’t know about the NFL’s drug policy" (SI.com) - "But how much do you really know about the sport's actual testing, intervention and discipline procedures? We dug into the details to bring you five things you might not know about the current rules."