- "Cleveland Browns 2013 Offseason Preview" (SI.com) - "SI.com is laying out offseason road maps for all 32 teams as they start their journey for the Lombardi Trophy -- two teams per day, from the teams that need the most work to contend in 2013 to the ones that are in pretty good shape."
- "Could Dee Milliner's surgery help Browns?" (AFC North Blog) - "Alabama's Dee Milliner, the consensus top cornerback in this year's NFL draft, will undergo surgery on a torn labrum in his right shoulder after this week's scouting combine, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "From the NFL Combine: Would Alex Smith be a QB upgrade?" (FS Ohio) - "The Browns won’t reveal their quarterback plans until Friday when coach Rob Chudzinski addresses the media gaggle at the Scouting Combine."
- "Don't expect the 49ers to do the Browns, or Alex Smith, a favor by releasing their defrocked starting QB" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Cue the trade winds: If the Browns want 49ers quarterback Alex Smith to replace Brandon Weeden, they’re going to have to trade for him."
- "West Virginia center Joe Madsen takes rocky road to NFL Combine" (Morning Journal) - "Back when Joe Madsen was a center at Chardon High School he received scholarship offers to continue his football career at numerous Mid-American Conference Schools."
- "NFL Scouting Combine: What we learned from Day 1" (NFL.com) - "Thursday and Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine is always a whirlwind. The action on the field hasn't started, but the majority of the NFL's head coaches and general managers speak to the media over the two-day span."
- "NFL wants free agency, draft moved" (ESPN) - "The NFL is proposing an overhaul to its offseason calendar, pushing back the combine to early March, the start of free agency to early April and the draft to early May, according to league sources."
- "NFL exec: HGH testing resolution needed" (AP) - "NFL senior vice president Adolpho Birch said Thursday the league and players association need to reach agreement soon on HGH testing."
- "Rex Ryan expects to keep Revis" (ESPN) - "One month after upsetting Darrelle Revis by refusing to kill trade rumors for the star cornerback, New York Jets officials tried to make nice Thursday at the NFL scouting combine, calling him a "tremendous asset" whom they expect to have on the team in 2013."