- "Fujita speaks up about openly gay NFL players" (FS Ohio) - "Accepting an openly gay player in NFL locker rooms isn't just a nice thing to Scott Fujita. It’s vital."
- "Phil Taylor says he can play any scheme" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "When new Browns coach Rob Chudzinski and defensive coordinator Ray Horton began discussing the change from a 4-3 to a multifront scheme, a big question came to mind. Taylor Big, as in 355 pounds big."
- "Settle to 'teach, critique, demand'" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Cleveland Browns running backs coach John Settle has a simple philosophy when it comes to coaching in the NFL: teach the players what he wants to have done on the field and in the classroom."
- "Top free agents in the division: No. 8" (AFC North Blog) - "Free agency officially begins March 12, so the AFC North blog is counting down the 20 best free agents (unrestricted and restricted) from the teams in the division."
- "His Game, His Rules" (ESPN OTL) - "Behind the closed doors of a Capitol Hill chamber, Roger Goodell sits on a panel with an Army general before a rapt audience of two dozen lawmakers. The NFL commissioner swaps ideas with four-star Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III about how to better protect the brains of the young people who fight America's wars and play America's game."
- "Carson Palmer isn’t sure what will happen in Oakland" (PFT) - "Last month, Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie told Pro Football Talk there will be competition at the quarterback position. Which could open the door for Terrelle Pryor. And close it for Carson Palmer."
- "Bills LB Merriman announces plans to retire" (AP) - "Linebacker Shawne Merriman is calling it ''Lights Out'' on his career. The three-time Pro Bowl selection and 2005 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year said on his website Tuesday night that he intends to file retirement papers."
- "Von Miller guarantees Super Bowl title for Broncos" (AP) - "Von Miller is pulling a Joe Namath and it's only March. Denver's star pass-rusher is already guaranteeing a Super Bowl title for the Broncos next season."