- "Jimmy Haslam pleased with offseason moves but doesn’t expect instant success" (Beacon Journal) - "As Jimmy Haslam kicked back in a chair at the swank Arizona Biltmore hotel last week during the NFL owners meeting, he oozed confidence while declaring the Browns have successfully executed their offseason plans thus far."
- "Around the NFL: BYU's Ansah on Browns' draft radar" (Canton Rep) - "To say the Browns’ 2005 offseason was complicated is like saying Lake Erie is watery. New general manager Phil Savage began working for an owner with whom he would mesh poorly and a new head coach he did not know."
- "What the Browns should have said about Phil Dawson" (WFNY) - "As I sometimes like to do, I like to help the Browns communicate with the fans. Sometimes I get chided for caring so much about what the Browns say because all that really matters to a lot of you is 'what they do.'"
- "Sports A to Z: A solid start for Browns free agency" (FS Ohio) - "Andre and Zac evaluate how the Browns have been doing in free agency in 2013." - [VIDEO]
- "Umenyiora joining Falcons on Sunday or Monday" (PFT) - "As the weekend moves toward a conclusion, defensive end Osi Umenyiora’s time as a free agent is coming to a close. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Umenyiora is expected to join the Falcons on Sunday or, at the latest, on Monday."
- "Report: Giants offered Victor Cruz $7M-plus annually" (CBS Sports) - "The Giants' long-term offer to Victor Cruz exceeds $7 million annually with a “sizable amount” of guaranteed money, according to a new report."
- "Punter Shane Lechler signs with Houston Texans" (AP) - "Shane Lechler didn't miss his chance to finish his NFL career close to home after all. Lechler signed with the Houston Texans on Saturday, returning to the area where he grew up and close to the school where he and his new coach launched their football careers."
- "Sebastian Vollmer stays with Pats" (ESPN) - "The New England Patriots have reached an agreement with free-agent right tackle Sebastian Vollmer on a new contract, according to a league source. Terms of the deal are not yet known, but it locks up the team's top remaining free agent."