- Inside look at Dorsey’s dizzying, dealing ways (ohio.com) - The trading of ways of John Dorsey have run the gamut from intricate to unusual to amusing to eerie, but the common theme is the trades never stop and are sure to continue during the 2019 draft.
- Passing on Carson Wentz: Transforming the Browns (cleveland.com) - Whether you liked it or hated it in the moment (and many of you hated it), the move that set the Browns on this current path has to rank high on this list. If the Browns had drafted their franchise quarterback at No. 2 in the 2016 NFL Draft, everything about the franchise would be different. Maybe better, maybe worse, but certainly different.
- A look back at the Browns second-round picks since 2009 (clevelandbrowns.com) - With less than a week left until the 2019 NFL Draft, we’ve decided to take a look back at the last 10 years of Browns drafts. Since the Browns currently do not have a first-round pick, we’ll focus on the second round in our examination. First up, 2009 through 2013.
- John Dorsey: Morgan Burnett still a starting safety (Browns Wire) - Safety is widely projected as a position of need for the Cleveland Browns in the 2019 NFL Draft. But that sentiment might not be shared by Browns GM John Dorsey.
- Could Harry Kane really make the NFL? (The Guardian) - The Tottenham striker says he wants to end his sporting career in the NFL. But soccer skills don’t necessarily translate to American football.
- Jalen Ramsey responds to Tom Coughlin’s criticism (ESPN) - Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey responded on Friday to Tom Coughlin’s criticism of his absence from voluntary workouts, saying that the team knows why he’s not there and that he’ll show up in shape when attendance is mandatory.
- Raiders send scouts home fearing leaks (NFL.com) - Ahead of Mike Mayock’s first draft as a general manager, the Oakland Raiders decision-maker is shrinking his circle of trust. Mayock and second-year Raiders coach Jon Gruden sent their scouts home for the weekend and do not expect them to return by draft time, sources told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Friday.
- Signs continue to point to Kyler Murray as top pick (PFT) - The Cardinals remain committed to keeping their intentions for the first overall pick quiet, possibly at the behest of the league office or possibly because they like being the center of attention, for a change. But the signs continue to point to the Cardinals taking quarterback Kyler Murray with that No. 1 overall selection.