- "Will the Browns create competition for McCoy?" (National Football Post) - "Looking at the Browns as they begin to prep for the draft next month, there is a need for multiple upgrades on the offensive side of the ball. And with two first round picks (No.4 and No.22), Cleveland has the opportunity to land some talent that will provide an immediate impact in the game plan this year."
- "Browns quarterback competition sounds over before it started" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Full circle: Echoing comments previously made by his bosses, coach Pat Shurmur said here Tuesday that the Browns are committed to surrounding Colt McCoy with better players."
- "Browns' Pat Shurmur: Read and React" (AFC North Blog) - "The AFC coaches met with the media Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings. Here are five issues addressed by Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shumur and my reaction."
- "Lerner not at NFL meetings — not a big deal" (FS Ohio) - "Browns owner Randy Lerner is not at the NFL’s annual meetings in Palm Beach this week. Whoop-dee-do. That technical term really sums up what Lerner’s absence is worth."
- "Irsay: Andrew Luck at No. 1 is no sure thing" (USA Today) - "Colts owner Jim Irsay said it's not a foregone conclusion that Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck will be the franchise's first overall pick in next month's draft over Baylor's Robert Griffin III."
- "Manning showed signs of wearing down before neck issues" (NFL.com) - "The next chapter in the Peyton Manning story comes in April, when he reports for the Denver Broncos' offseason program and acclimates himself to new environs for the first time since the 1990s."
- "Parcells won’t commit to New Orleans Saints head coaching job" (NY Daily News) - "Bill Parcells played 18 holes of golf Tuesday in South Florida with Saints coach Sean Payton, GM Mickey Loomis and PR director Greg Bensel in what could be the first step toward Parcells coaching the Saints in 2012 while Payton serves his suspension for his role in the BountyGate scandal."
- "Jerry on John Mara: Let's settle this on field" (ESPN Dallas/Fort Worth) - "It seems the rivalry between the New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys just got deeper this spring with Giants owner John Mara saying the Cowboys wouldn't win their grievance against the league, player's union and NFL management council over losing $10 million in salary cap space."