- "A look at trade-down scenarios for the Browns and potential targets" (Beacon Journal) - "This is the 18th in a 20-part series examining some possibilities for the Browns in the 2013 NFL Draft, including extensive looks at the most likely prospects for the No. 6 overall selection, potential targets later in the draft, trade-down scenarios, what the other teams in the AFC North might do and the top players coming out of Ohio State and the Mid-American Conference."
- "New Cleveland Browns front office ready for combine" (Morning Journal) - "It’s another year and that means another personnel director and head coach are getting ready to lead the Browns entourage into the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this week."
- "Ray Horton loves to fly -- sometimes even in the face of conformity" (Plain Dealer) - "Ray Horton brings to Cleveland a unique view of the football world, one perhaps best enjoyed from the cockpit of a single-engine plane cruising 3,000 feet above the ground."
- "Eight in the Box: Must-keep free agents" (AFC North Blog) - "Welcome to 'Eight in the Box,' a new NFL Nation feature that will appear each Friday during the offseason. This week's topic: Which free agent is essential for each team to keep from its 2012 roster?"
- "Packers release defensive back Charles Woodson" (AP) - "Charles Woodson is on the market. The Green Bay Packers released the 36-year-old defensive back Friday with two years left on his contract."
- "Colts part ways with Dwight Freeney" (ESPN) - "The Indianapolis Colts have informed Dwight Freeney, the franchise's all-time leader in sacks, they will not re-sign him."
- "2013 Combine: Te'o, Minter, Alonso highlight boom or bust ILB class" (CBS Sports) - "With rookie quarterbacks Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson leading their NFL teams to the playoffs last season and fellow first-year standout Luke Kuechly leading the league in tackles, it is more obvious than ever the immediate impact that rookies can make in today's NFL."
- "Could Bill Belichick, Pats make a play for Percy Harvin?" (NFL.com) - "Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman insists his team has no plans to shop wide receiver Percy Harvin, but teams will continue to come calling about a possible trade for the electric playmaker."