- Top 75 Moments: No. 53 - Jerome Harrison, Josh Cribbs turn in historical performances in same 2009 game (clevelandbrowns.com) - As Jerome Harrison exited the field after recording 286 rushing yards Dec. 20, 2009, against the Kansas City Chiefs, Jim Brown was there to meet him.
- Browns sign 2nd-round LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah to rookie contract worth about $6.5 million (cleveland.com) - The first full week of organized team activities proved to be a good one for Browns second-round linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah.
- After bout with COVID-19, healthy Myles Garrett dealing with huge expectations for Browns, himself (The Athletic) - Myles Garrett wore long sleeves to Wednesday’s practice. That leaves us only to assume that his hulking muscles grew more muscles in his time away.
- Browns announce staff additions, promotions, including player move to front office (Beacon Journal) - The Browns announced several moves in the front office Friday afternoon in the areas of player personnel, research and football operations.
- Vikings agree to terms with CB Bashaud Breeland (vikings.com) - The Vikings have made another addition to their secondary. Minnesota announced Friday that the team has agreed to terms with cornerback Bashaud Breeland, a veteran who has more than 100 total games of NFL experience.
- Patriots QB Cam Newton gets hand examined, fails to finish practice (ESPN) - New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton had his throwing hand examined by the athletic training and medical staff about halfway through the voluntary organized team activity on Friday and didn’t participate in the rest of practice.
- Seahawks sign punter Michael Dickson to 4-year contract extension (The Seattle Times) - The Seahawks on Friday got a contract extension done with one of their key players who could have been a free agent following the 2021 season. But, no, it’s not safety Jamal Adams. Instead, the Seahawks announced they signed punter Michael Dickson to a four-year extension.
- Titans signing former world champion wrestler Adam Coon to play OL (NFL.com) - The Titans’ offensive line has been one of their biggest strengths in recent years. They added an especially strong athlete to the mix Friday. Now they’ll see if he’s a football player. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported that Tennessee has agreed to terms with wrestler Adam Coon, who missed out on qualifying for the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.