- "Jarvis Jones receives good medical report; will the Cleveland Browns take a chance?" (Plain Dealer) - "Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones, one of the premier pass-rushers on the Browns' radar at No. 6, received some good news on his stenosis, or narrowing of the spinal column, at the NFL Combine this week."
- "Banner puts the pressure on Brandon Weeden, Josh Gordon and, ultimately, himself" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Banner time: The thing to remember going forward about Browns CEO Joe Banner is that he’s all about pressure. He wants an offense to apply pressure on defenses. He wants a defense to apply pressure on quarterbacks. And that’s the way he functions as an administrator – he applies pressure."
- "Banner provides his vision of Browns' success" (FS Ohio) - "Joe Banner must like to bring the pressure. He sure brought some Saturday, all the while saying the key to success in the NFL is bringing pressure on the field."
- "Banner says defense last year not good enough, wants to attack more" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Many fans, and some players, were upset with the decision to fire defensive coordinator Dick Jauron and switch from a 4-3 scheme to a 3-4 base that will use multiple fronts. CEO Joe Banner had a simple reason for the moves."
- "Te'o doing tough balancing act at NFL combine" (AP) - "Manti Te'o walked into a crowded room of reporters Saturday, took a breath and settled in for 15 minutes of NFL scouting combine history."
- "Combine observations: Speed thrills" (ESPN) - "As mentioned Saturday, one of the weirdest Indy scouting combine press conferences involved the NFL trying to persuade players to run 40-yard dashes years ago on what was considered a slow track."
- "2013 NFL Combine: 'Honey Badger' Mathieu asks to be trusted" (CBS Sports) - "Tyrann Mathieu woke up Sunday at 4 a.m. for what he can only hope will be the first of many NFL drug tests."
- "Denard Robinson shows speed at NFL Scouting Combine" (NFL.com) - "Despite a track record of success as one of the most dynamic players in NCAA football history, Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson entered the NFL Scouting Combine with as much to prove as any prospect."