- "As the highest-paid player on the Browns, is Joe Thomas’ value diminishing?" (WFNY) - "Joe Thomas is the poster boy. Sure, he is the stalwart left tackle who has yet to miss a game since being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2007. He has has been named to the NFL’s All-Pro team five times and has made six trips to the Pro Bowl."
- "Phil Savage says Browns may trade No. 6 pick" (Canton Rep) - "What’s up with the No. 6 overall pick Cleveland carries into the NFL draft on April 25? Former Browns general manager Phil Savage is well suited to read the mind of current Browns GM Michael Lombardi."
- "Browns to work out QB Geno Smith in Miami Saturday" (Plain Dealer) - "After a week of star-studded draft visits, the Browns will travel to Miami on Saturday to conduct a private workout with West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith in his hometown, a league source told The Plain Dealer."
- "Seattle reaches deal with Brady Quinn as backup QB" (AP) - "Brady Quinn is the new backup quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks after beating out three others during a tryout with the club. Quinn and the Seahawks agreed to terms on a contract on Tuesday. Details of the contract were not announced."
- "Ravens, Rolando McClain near deal" (ESPN) - "Former Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain is nearing a deal with the Baltimore Ravens, according to a league source. The two sides are scheduled to talk again Wednesday to see whether they can iron out unresolved issues to complete a deal."
- "US judge in Philly weighs NFL concussion suits" (AP) - "Senior U.S. District Judge Anita Brody has a billion-dollar problem on her hands. Brody, of Philadelphia, heard arguments Tuesday on whether lawsuits that accuse the NFL of glorifying violence and hiding known concussion risks belong in court or in arbitration."
- "Despite reports, Revis trade makes too much sense not to happen" (SI.com) - "As the saga drags on into yet another week this spring, with any signs of progress becoming harder to discern, it's easy to look at the Darrelle Revis trade talks between New York and Tampa Bay and see a stalemate, stand-off and showdown with no end in sight."
- "2013 NFL Draft: Year-five option makes QBs more valuable?" (CBS Sports) - "A quarterback class that doesn't feature an elite talent could still place 'as many as four or five' quarterbacks in the first round based on a provision in the collective bargaining agreement."