- "Browns free agent rumors already churning" (FS Ohio) - "Free agency doesn’t start until March 12, but the frenzy of Cleveland Browns rumors has begun already. To think it really wasn’t that long ago that the Browns were in frantic negotiations with Matt Flynn. Now the Browns have been linked to Mike Wallace."
- "Jimmy Haslam an absentee owner? Fans need to rein in their pessimism" (Plain Dealer) - "The promise of better cell phone service on gameday was always more real than Jimmy Haslam becoming Jerry Jones. Haslam picked Valentine's week to announce he was returning to his 'first love.' In any other town, the timing would go unnoticed. Here, rejection was in the air."
- "Mel Kiper Jr. thinks weak QB class will influence Cleveland to focus on defense" (Beacon Journal) - "As the Browns prepare for a busy offseason, they face plenty of questions about how to upgrade the quarterback position, or at least find competition for Brandon Weeden, and how to aid their conversion to new defensive coordinator Ray Horton’s 3-4 multi-front scheme."
- "Chud Wants Chatter" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Browns coach Rob Chudzinski doesn’t want a bunch of yes men to affirm his every whim in his first season. That much is clear after Chud visited with Vic Carucci on Cleveland Browns Daily, heard 6-7 p.m. Monday-Friday on ESPN 850 WKNR."
- "Eagles hire Tom Gamble as VP of player personnel" (AP) - "The Philadelphia Eagles have hired Tom Gamble to be vice president of player personnel."
- "Ten-Point Stance: Big-name WRs biggest FA catches this offseason" (CBS Sports) - "Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is ticked off. Then again, Percy Harvin seems like he's always ticked off."
- "Jadeveon Clowney should lawyer up, challenge nonsensical 'three-years-out' rule" (Yahoo! Sports) - "He is a 6-foot-6, 256-pound athletic wonder who tracks opposing ball carriers like a laser dot and punishes them like a vindictive medicine ball."
- "Prompting mascot change" (ESPN) - "In order to understand just how disgusting it is that the NFL team in Washington, D.C., is still called the 'Redskins,' you need to know the franchise's history."