- "Browns' schedule may hide improvement" (FS Ohio) - "The guarded local optimism for the Cleveland Browns in 2012 is not shared nationally. National pundits, oddsmakers and prognosticators have the Browns among the worst teams in the league, with predictions of 4-12 or 3-13 rampant."
- "Browns hoping to win with Winn" (Canton Rep) - "We’re going to Las Vegas!' Chris Petersen told his men. As he announced his team’s 2010 bowl destination, the head coach of the Boise State Broncos noticed that his big defensive tackle seemed a little TOO excited."
- "Position Preview: Defensive Line" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "As the 2012 regular season approaches, ClevelandBrowns.com will take a look at the Browns, position-by-position. Today’s spotlight is on the defensive linemen."
- "Browns 2012 Fantasy Outlook: Fantasy Football Fan’s Take" (Yahoo! Sports) - "The Cleveland Browns are in rebuilding mode, and their rookies will play a vital role in determining their success. The Browns traded up to acquire running back Trent Richardson with the third-overall pick and then took quarterback Brandon Weeden 22nd-overall."
- "Colts sign Luck to rookie deal" (SI.com) - "Rest easy, Colts fans. The Andrew Luck era can now officially begin.The Colts signed the Stanford quarterback and No. 1 overall pick in the draft to a four-year, $22.1 million deal on Thursday."
- "Who is going to top Drew Brees' contract?" (NFPost) - "New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees became the NFL's first $20 million per year player by signing a five-year, $100 million contract last week. His deal contains an NFL record $60.5 million in guarantees, including a $37 million signing bonus."
- "'Dynasty' talk shows Eagles' focus is wrong" (ESPN) - "Every year after a team wins the Super Bowl, one of the storylines the next morning is about whether that team can win it again and whether it can become a "dynasty." They are quite rare, these sports dynasties, so regardless of how things look in the light of one championship, the answer in reality usually turns out to be no."
- "Brett Favre on why he played in 2010: 'First of all, the money'" (PFT) - "If Brett Favre had retired for good after the 2009 season, he would have left near the top: He had a brilliant season in Minnesota, with the best stats of his career, he led the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game, he extended his consecutive games record another 16 games, and he was one of the most respected men in the NFL."