- 5 wide receivers who could fit the Browns on Day 2 of the draft (cleveland.com) - Odell Beckham Jr .and Jarvis Landry are and will be the top two receivers on the Browns for the foreseeable future. But do they need a third?
- Jimmy Haslam ranks 13th on list of richest NFL owners (Browns Wire) - Cleveland Browns majority owner Jimmy Haslam is one of the richest people in the world. In their latest ranking of the wealthiest folks on the planet, Forbes slots Haslam as the 818th-richest person with a net worth of $2.8 billion US dollars as of April 8th. He ranks much higher than that on the list of pro sports team owners in North America.
- NFL Draft is coming - no whining allowed! (Terry Pluto) - The 2020 NFL Draft will be different than recent years. No players dressed in their best outfits coming up on stage after their name is called. No hugs from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. No big TV show for the prospects and their families. Is this really that bad?
- Denzel Ward, Nick Chubb among spoils of past trades that could help Andrew Berry now (Beacon Journal) - Part 3 of a series on new GM Andrew Berry’s previous role in important Browns drafts explores the lasting repercussions of the Carson Wentz trade, the Deshaun Watson deal, and other moves amid which Berry had a front-row seat as part of the Sashi Brown group.
- Antoine Winfield Jr.’s unique 2020 NFL draft path: 5-foot-9 with first-round bloodlines (ESPN) - Antoine Winfield Jr.’s complicated resume makes him one of this year’s more enigmatic high-end prospects. His 5-foot-9 height measurement at the scouting combine will provoke pause for some teams. He was a unanimous All-American after recording seven interceptions in 2019, but he had previously lost most of his sophomore and junior seasons due to injury. And his freshman season ended in a suspension that was ultimately overturned.
- Tom Brady on leaving Pats: Never cared about legacy (NFL.com) - Tom Brady set sail from New England to Tampa Bay this offseason, creating waves throughout the NFL world as the greatest quarterback of all time embarked on a new journey for the first time in his 20-year career. In a lengthy, two-plus-hour, wide-ranging interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday morning, Brady admitted he knew before the 2019 season it would likely be his last year with the Patriots.
- How do you spell train wreck? Try A-T-L (Uni Watch) - How bad are the new Atlanta Falcons uniforms? Let’s count the ways.
- 2020 NFL Mock Draft 14.0: A Five-Round Mock With No Trades (si.com) - Will the virtual draft make it harder for teams to trade? If so, our latest mock previews the first five rounds in the (unlikely) event there aren’t any trades at all.