- "Phil Dawson has earned the right to leave Cleveland Browns" (Morning Journal) - "Free agency isn’t always about the money. Sometimes it’s about the chance for a player to work where he chooses and get the recognition he deserves. Free agency in the NFL begins at 4 p.m. Tuesday. If anybody has earned the right to leave one team and play for another it is Browns kicker Phil Dawson"
- "Study: Non-concussive hits also impact brain" (FS Ohio) - "Football hits that do not cause concussions still can increase the risk of long-term brain damage, results of a new medical study showed this week. The findings are eye-opening and come from a study of 67 college football players conducted by the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Rochester."
- "Browns free-agency look ahead: Wide receivers" (Beacon Journal) - "The Browns might have struck gold in last year's supplemental draft, nabbing Josh Gordon in the second round. Gordon, according to some like ESPN's John Clayton, wasn't expected to produce much his rookie season but established himself as the team's most dangerous receiver and only real deep threat."
- "Free agency preview: Browns could be seeking upgrade at guard and fullback" (ESPN Cleveland) - "In preparation of free agency, we continue our preview of the Browns’ needs and the best available players with a look at offensive guard and fullback Position: Offensive guard."
- "Jake Long looks 'great', possibly makes Dolphins' free agency decisions tougher" (Yahoo! Sports) - "Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jake Long got a clean bill of health from Dr. James Andrews this week. The same can't be said for a proposal Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is trying to get through the Florida legislature to raise $200 million for improvements to his stadium so as to make it Super Bowl-worthy."
- "Darrelle Revis has zero leverage" (ESPN) - "or all the speculation about the future of New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, one simple question tends to be overlooked too often: We don't know if he'll ever be the same after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in September. It might be more fun to ponder the possibility that he'll be traded to somewhere like San Francisco."
- "Pictures don't lie: Wallace is better FA receiver option than Jennings" (CBS Sports) - "With Dwayne Bowe staying with the Kansas City Chiefs, it leaves Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace and Green Bay's Greg Jennings as the top two free-agent receivers on the market. In studying those two, I couldn't imagine two more different receivers."
- "SI.com's Free-Agent Fantasy Draft" (SI.com) - "With free agency set to begin Tuesday, SI.com NFL experts Peter King, Chris Burke, Andrew Perloff and Tom Mantzouranis sat down with one mission: to draft teams out of the available free agents."