- Status of Olivier Vernon, David Njoku, JC Tretter unaffected by draft (Beacon Journal) - New coach Kevin Stefanski said he is under the assumption that eight-year veteran defensive end Olivier Vernon will be a member of the Browns this season.
- What is the NFL draft telling us about the new Browns regime? (Terry Pluto) - We really won’t know much about Cleveland’s draft until the players actually play. But it was a good sign the Browns knew what they wanted to do.
- Browns’ 2020 NFL draft analysis for every pick (ESPN) - The 2020 NFL draft is in the books, and the Cleveland Browns’ draft class is complete. Here’s a pick-by-pick look at how each player the Browns have selected will fit.
- Berry, Stefanski collaborate to identify, accumulate “scheme fits” in 1st draft together (Browns Zone) - General manager Andrew Berry was an unknown before Thursday night. Seven picks are way too few to have a book on Berry — he’s 20 drafts behind Steelers counterpart Kevin Colbert — but his first draft revealed plenty about what he and first-time coach Kevin Stefanski value.
- Jameis Winston, Saints finalizing deal (Yahoo Sports) - Jameis Winston, one of the biggest remaining question marks in free agency, is finalizing a one-year deal to play for the New Orleans Saints in 2020, sources tell Yahoo Sports.
- Undrafted rookie free agents: Team signings after 2020 NFL Draft (NFL.com) - Now that the 2020 NFL Draft is in the books, teams are scrambling to sign the best undrafted rookie free agents. Here is a list of players who have signed or agreed to terms with NFL teams.
- Jon Runyan Jr., Packers’ 6th-round pick in NFL draft, accidentally declines team’s call (ESPN) - Jon Runyan Jr. was in the middle of a text exchange with his agent, Ken Sarnoff, when his phone screen switched to an incoming call. Unfortunately for the draft hopeful from the University of Michigan, his texting thumb just happened to be in the area where the bright red “decline” button illuminated.
- Joe Staley announces retirement: ‘My body is telling me it’s time’ (San Francisco Chronicle) - Left tackle Joe Staley, one of the greatest offensive linemen in 49ers franchise history, retired from the NFL on Saturday after a 13-season career that included six Pro Bowls and a slew of injuries that led to his exit.