- "Alex Smith says he loved playing for Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner" (Plain Dealer) - "San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith, who figures to get plenty of attention from QB-hungry teams this spring, acknowledged Wednesday at the Super Bowl that he loved playing for Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner when they were together in San Francisco in 2006."
- "Browns Should Stick with Weeden in 2013" (TheClevelandFan.com) - "As a new regime and a new coaching staff in Berea face the same old questions during yet another off-season of change for the Cleveland Browns, there is one eternal question that stands above all the rest: What should the Browns do about the quarterback position?"
- "Ray Horton resists labeling Browns’ new scheme" (Beacon Journal) - "Ray Horton’s explanation of the system he’ll run as the Browns’ defensive coordinator sounded different Tuesday during his introductory news conference than it did last week in his interview with an Arizona radio station."
- "The Same Old Argument" (OBR) - "I touched on this topic briefly last week, but I feel it’s again worth stating how ridiculously dated fan comments have become around the Browns’ little corner of the Internet. The latest example comes from Cleveland.com (where else?) and poses the following directive to the new Browns’ regime."
- "A contrast of kickers, but will one be called on to win XLVII?" (SI.com) - "This is a tale of two feet -- one left, one right; one belonging to a 38-year old veteran of 15 NFL seasons, the other to a 23-year-old rookie -- either of which could determine the outcome if Super Bowl XLVII evolves into a last-second nail-biter."
- "Ray Lewis denies using antler spray" (ESPN) - "Ray Lewis said Wednesday he was "agitated" due to the controversy over the magazine report linking him to a company that makes deer-antler spray containing a banned performance enhancer (IGF-1) and strongly denied using the product."
- "Pair of 49ers LBs limited in 1st full SB practice" (AP) - "San Francisco 49ers linebackers Ahmad Brooks and Aldon Smith were limited participants in the team's first full Super Bowl practice in New Orleans because of shoulder injuries."
- "Eagles expected to sign Dennis Dixon after Super Bowl" (PFT) - "Florio speculated just last week that former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon — currently of the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad — could reunite with college coach Chip Kelly in Philadelphia."