- "2012 Could Look Like 2011 for Browns in Free Agency" (Waiting For Next Year) - I think these are really reasonable expectations for the Browns in the upcoming free agency. I remember at the time, I thought we should have been more aggressive, but after a year and the season to look back on, I don't think it was bad.
- "Report: Browns could have $20 million to spend in free agency" (Sun Sentinel via WFNY) - Another good one by WFNY. They point out, according to the Sun Sentinel, the Cleveland Browns have an estimated $103 million in salaries for next season, which could give us about $20 million to spend. The Sun Sentinel article shows all of their projections for the NFL salary cap this year.
- "Cleveland Browns" (Pro Football Weekly) - Pro Football Weekly briefly touches on just about everything as far as positions are concerned. They give an offensive and defensive outlook then mention some of the Browns needs.
- "Cleveland Browns’ Future at Quarterback: A Fan’s Look" (Yahoo! Contributor Network) - This article takes yet another look at the future for Browns at quarterback. Robert Griffin III is discussed, but I'm not sure that the majority our commenting audience will agree with his take. I understand where he is coming from, but have more optimism regarding RG3.
- "Theismann: Redskins signing Manning would be 'horrific idea'" (Pro Football Talk) - I agree with Theismann. The Redskins are not in a position to insert Peyton Manning and be golden. Teams like the 49ers and Jets have playoff caliber teams in place, so it might make sense for them. Even Arizona would offer him more.
- "New GM: Titans happy with own QB situation" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - Speaking of Peyton Manning, the Titans are actually a team where I could picture it working. A talented receiver like Kenny Britt would benefit tremendously from Manning.
- "Ricky Williams plans to retire" (ESPN) - What's the first thought that came to your head when you heard this?
- "Kurt Warner says Eli isn’t a Hall of Famer" (Pro Football Talk) - This is really interesting. Kurt Warner really rips into Eli Manning, but there is some reasoning behind it. He stresses that it's a team game and essentially says being clutch isn't the only thing you need to be inducted to the Hall of Fame.