- "Cleveland’s Quarterback Despair" (The Ringer) - "Upon execution, the famous “infinite monkey theorem” produces disasters, not Shakespeare. And year after year, the Cleveland Browns fail to find even a decent quarterback despite testing out more passers than any other team."
- "Bryant 'absolutely hopeful' he can make it back in 2016" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns defensive end Desmond Bryant was working out in Manhattan earlier this month when he felt something pop in his chest. At first, he didn't think much of it. The pain wasn't horrible and he moved okay."
- "What if Hall of Fame NFL owner Eddie DeBartolo had owned the Browns?" (WKNR) - "In the history of Cleveland sports, one of the great What ifs? goes like this: What if Northeast Ohio native George Steinbrenner had purchased the Cleveland Indians in the 1960s?"
- "Santana Moss ranks the top 5 quarterbacks he played with in Washington" (CSN) - "Spending fourteen years in the NFL and ten seasons with the Redskins, Moss must be nothing less than an expert when it comes to ranking QBs so we had him rank the top five he played with in Washington."
- "NFL medical adviser Elliot Pellman retiring; move prompted by Roger Goodell" (ESPN) - "The NFL will replace longtime and controversial medical adviser Elliot Pellman with a new full-time chief medical officer, commissioner Roger Goodell wrote Wednesday in a letter to club executives."
- "NFLPA president: Goodell’s discipline hurts competitive balance" (PFT) - "NFL Players Association President Eric Winston says Commissioner Roger Goodell’s approach to discipline leads to unfair scheduling around the league."
- "Larry Fitzgerald: I have a lot of good football left in me" (NFL.com) - "Thirteen years after initially joining the Arizona Cardinals as a first-round pick in 2004, Larry Fitzgerald has reached the year-to-year stage of his Hall of Fame career."
- "How two massive deals will shape negotiations for six pass rushers" (CBS) - "Two talented pass rushers cashed in just before the July deadline for teams to sign franchise players to long-term deals. While it was certainly a big day for Von Miller and Muhammad Wilkerson..."