Coach Mike Pettine indicated the Ben Tate-Terrance West running back battle "might ... be the best competition" of Browns training camp.
The Browns have "no plans" to release Josh Gordon, and expect him to participate in training camp while his suspension appeal is heard.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer points to Browns WR Charles Johnson as the "most intriguing prospect" who could push Miles Austin and Nate Burleson for snaps.
Coach Mike Pettine said he'll name his starting quarterback by the third preseason game.
Sources tell ESPN that Josh Gordon's blood-alcohol count was .09 when he was arrested on suspicion of DWI over July 4th weekend.
Chargers waived G/C Nick McDonald.
The Akron Beacon-Journal expects Christian Kirksey to beat out Craig Robertson for a starting inside linebacker job.
ESPN Cleveland says the Browns' "sorry situation at wideout" makes Jordan Cameron "a No. 1 read" in the passing game.
The Akron-Beacon Journal's Nate Ulrich believes Brian Hoyer will hold off Johnny Manziel for the starting quarterback job in Cleveland.
Browns.com's Vic Carucci considers Ben Tate "at least a slight favorite" for the team's starting tailback job, but expects third-round pick Terrance West to pose serious competition.
The player rep for suspended Browns WR Josh Gordon confirms his appeal hearing is coming up "soon."
Walk-year OLB Jabaal Sheard's player rep says he's had "extensive" long-term talks with the Browns, but that the sides are "not close yet."
Brian Hoyer (knee) expects to practice without limitation in training camp.
Browns WR/PR Travis Benjamin (knee) expects to be "full go" for training camp.
ESPN's Kevin Seifert expects Josh Gordon to eventually get another chance to play in the NFL.