- Browns’ Odell Beckham, Baker Mayfield already having problems on offense in Cleveland? (nj.com) - Trouble in paradise? Like you would expect anything different? The Cleveland Browns are having trouble installing their offense during spring workouts. Sure, part of it could be linked to wide receiver Odell Beckham skipping most of the OTAs. But these problems seem to run deeper.
- Jarvis Landry on the Mayfield-Johnson talk: ‘it’s a non-issue’ (Browns Wire) - Jarvis Landry hosted his youth football camp on Friday at Shaker Heights High School near Cleveland. It gave the local media a chance to ask the veteran wide receiver about the recent discussion on Baker Mayfield’s critical comments about running back Duke Johnson.
- Is the secondary Cleveland’s deepest group? (DPD) - The Cleveland Browns have talent all over the roster, but their group of defensive backs could be the deepest position group on the roster.
- Jarvis Landry hosts aspiring football players at youth camp (clevelandbrowns.com) - Jarvis Landry spent his Friday morning not on vacation, but with close to 100 youth football players who might want to be like him one day.
- Texans no longer pursuing Patriots’ Caserio for GM (NFL.com) - The Houston Texans’ search for a new general manager continues, and they’re no longer looking for a certain Patriots exec to fill the void. The team announced Friday that it has stopped pursuing New England’s de facto general manager Nick Caserio -- his official title is director of player personnel -- as a replacement for Brian Gaine, whom the Texans fired last Friday.
- Earl Thomas’ first impression of Lamar Jackson: ‘A star in the making’ (ESPN) - Earl Thomas understands how dangerous a mobile quarterback can be in the NFL. Now, Thomas is in Baltimore where he has gotten his first up-close look at Lamar Jackson, who made a splash in the NFL by becoming the only rookie quarterback last year to lead his team to the playoffs.
- Broncos mourn the loss of Owner Pat Bowlen (denverbroncos.com) - It is with heavy hearts and profound sadness that the Denver Broncos mourn the loss of Owner Pat Bowlen, who passed away late Thursday night at age 75 following his courageous battle with Alzheimer’s disease.