- "Browns to have large contingent at owners meeting this week" (Beacon Journal) - "After news of Jimmy Haslam returning to his role as CEO of Pilot Flying J broke last month, he vowed to remain heavily involved as owner of the Browns and insisted nothing would change on that front."
- "Browns are better off without Mike Holmgren" (Morning Journal) - "The longer Mike Holmgren is away from the Browns, the clearer it becomes how he not only failed to build the football side into a winner but stunted its growth during his three years as team president."
- "Desmond Bryant could end up being the cornerstone of the Browns' defensive line" (ESPN Cleveland) - "When a team hands a player $20 Million guaranteed like the Browns did to Paul Kruger, it normally signifies he is their prized free agent. That might not be the case."
- "New Brown Kruger costly, but needed" (Canton Rep) - "Paul Kruger was often an ordinary vehicle lost in the rush hour of Baltimore’s defensive machine. The Browns owe him stretch limo wages."
- "Proposed rule changes could have big impact on NFL" (NFL.com) - "The league is exploring a potentially momentous rule change at the NFL Annual Meeting, one that would prohibit ball carriers from thrusting the crown of their helmets into defenders. For a full breakdown of that and two other proposed rule changes, visit NFLEvolution.com."
- "Jets' Johnson admits club is willing to deal Revis" (CBS Sports) - "It's a simple question that demands a simple answer: Do the New York Jets expect to have Darrelle Revis on their football team this season? Yes or no. Yet neither owner Woody Johnson nor general manager John Idzik could give a definitive answer at Sunday's NFL owners' meetings, which should tell you something."
- "Rams snag OT Jake Long" (ESPN) - "Offensive tackle Jake Long has agreed to a deal with the St. Louis Rams. Kevin Demoff, the team's chief operating officer, confirmed the signing Sunday night."
- "Which non-playoff teams helped themselves the most?" (SI.com) - "As Elvis Dumervil and the fax machine deadline debacle in Denver reminded us, the best-laid plans in free agency don't always produce the desired results. But some teams had better weeks than others as the NFL's shopping season opened."