- "Browns interviewing Montreal coach Marc Trestman today in Berea, sources say" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns are interviewing former Browns offensive coordinator and current Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman in Berea today, two league sources told The Plain Dealer."
- "Two former Cleveland offensive coordinators in picture as search continues" (Beacon Journal) - "As the Browns regroup and reboot their head-coaching search, they’re expected to experience some blasts from the past."
- "Browns should go after Ken Whisenhunt, Lovie Smith" (Morning Journal) - "I don’t know this for sure, but judging by the way Jimmy Haslam III carries himself, and the fact his brother is governor of Tennessee, and the fact his father is so influential in University of Tennessee athletics with million dollar donations, I’m going to take a wild guess and say the Haslam clan usually gets what it wants."
- "Browns have options, but must act fast" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Last week was a whirlwind for owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner. They watched the season-ending loss in Pittsburgh on Sunday, fired general manager Tom Heckert and coach Pat Shurmur on Monday and spent the rest of the week in Arizona interviewing coaching candidates and hoping for Oregon’s Chip Kelly to pick the Browns."
- "Cowboys fire DC Rob Ryan" (ESPN) - "The Dallas Cowboys have released defensive coordinator Rob Ryan on Tuesday evening."
- "Jets fire offensive coordinator Tony Sparano" (AP) - "The New York Jets' housecleaning will bring three new coordinators in 2013."
- "Jaguars hire Falcons' Caldwell as general manager" (AP) - "The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Atlanta director of player personnel David Caldwell as general manager, charging him with turning around one of the league's worst teams."
- "Eagles continue search, will interview Smith" (AP) - "Sticking with their plan for an exhaustive search to replace Andy Reid, the Philadelphia Eagles added Lovie Smith to their list of candidates."
- "Bill Cowher plans to return to coaching eventually" (PFT) - "Bill Cowher, who coached the Steelers for 15 seasons but has seemed content working in television since leaving Pittsburgh after the 2006 season, says he expects to return to the sidelines eventually."