- "Tannehill may be too much of a gamble to take at No. 4" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Tom Rossley was the offensive coordinator when the Green Bay Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers in 2005. Rodgers sat, learned and gained confidence for a couple of years before being handed the starting job. Then the NFL watched him win a Super Bowl and be named MVP of the league."
- "Will Cleveland Browns take a pass at Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon?" (Plain Dealer) - "One year after passing on receiver Julio Jones in favor of a blockbuster draft day trade with Atlanta, the Browns have a shot at this year's top receiver -- Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon -- at No. 4."
- "Can the Browns lose out one more time to the Rams and Redskins?" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Bad rumblings: There’s a story circulating on the Internet, first Tweeted by @EvanSilva of Rotoworld and Profootballtalk.com, that the St. Louis Rams are shopping running back Steven Jackson."
- "Exploring the Browns’ needs at linebacker" (Ohio.com) - "The Browns need to add reinforcements to their corps of linebackers. Although the team’s young defense showed promise last season after converting to Dick Jauron’s 4-3 scheme, it ranked 30th in the NFL against the run (147.4 yards allowed per game)."
- "2012 Wes Welker Watch List" (SI.com) - "The dramatic, out-of-nowhere rise of Victor Cruz last season is only the latest glaring reminder. When it comes to talent evaluation, the NFL can miss on a grand scale."
- "Report: Saints players not off hook" (ESPN) - "Commissioner Roger Goodell said he expects discipline for New Orleans Saints players to be announced soon and that he rejects any defense that they were merely following orders."
- "Police, FBI probing Saints allegations" (ESPN) - "A joint Louisiana state police and FBI task force is investigating allegations that the New Orleans Saints set up general manager Mickey Loomis' booth in the Superdome so he could listen in on opposing coaches."
- "AP source: Falcons hope to acquire Asante Samuel" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "The Atlanta Falcons were in negotiations on Tuesday to acquire cornerback Asante Samuel from the Philadelphia Eagles."