- "Steve Breaston in Cleveland for physical" (Beacon Journal) - "Free agent wide receiver Steve Breaston is visiting Cleveland Wednesday for a physical, a league source told the Beacon Journal. The source spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation."
- "Chiefs' trade for QB Alex Smith will have ripple effect on Browns' pursuit of competition for Brandon Weeden" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Kansas City gets its QB early: The Chiefs reportedly acquired San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith for their second-round pick in 2013 (No. 34 overall) and a conditional pick in 2014."
- "Would Matt Cassel really interest Browns?" (AFC North Blog) - "Even if the Browns wanted Alex Smith, the price was too steep for them to acquire him. Smith was traded to Kansas City for a second-round pick in the 2013 draft -- the second selection (No. 34 overall) in the round -- and another conditional midround pick in 2014, a league source confirmed to ESPN's John Clayton."
- "Rich Gannon Says Browns Better Off With Weeden, Not Rookie" (92.3 The Fan) - "Former NFL QB Rich Gannon joined Bull & Fox to talk about the process at the combine, Geno Smith being the top quarterback in the draft, if he’ll be selected in the top 10, the Browns’ direction at quarterback with Brandon Weeden, the 49ers’ trade of Alex Smith to the Chiefs, how much the Ravens should be willing to pay Joe Flacco and more."
- "Sources: Niners in pursuit of Darrelle Revis" (Yahoo! Sports) - "What will a San Francisco 49ers team already loaded with young talent do with more 2013 draft picks than can possibly make their roster? Three words: Pursue Darrelle Revis."
- "NFL to probe Nick Kasa's claim" (ESPN) - "The NFL on Wednesday said it would investigate a report that at least one team at the scouting combine asked a draft prospect about his sexual orientation."
- "Smart for Reid, good for Smith, Niners: Everybody wins in this trade" (CBS Sports) - "What happened in the NFL on a quiet Wednesday afternoon was something extremely rare: A trade was made in the NFL and everyone involved in the trade won. Yes, everyone."
- "Saints quarterback Drew Brees: Concussions are still a major issue" (SI.com) - "The National Football League has said they are doing everything they can to study the problem of concussions and trying to emphasize player safety."