- "Haslam's troubles can't be brushed off" (FS Ohio) - "About midafternoon, I had a conversation with a former federal investigator. In his career that spanned more than two decades, he was involved in some high-profile cases that could officially be called 'doozies.'"
- "Browns open to trading down, are gauging teams’ interest in potential deal" (Beacon Journal) - "Browns CEO Joe Banner made it clear the organization is open to trading down from the sixth overall pick in the NFL Draft and has been gauging other teams’ interest in striking a potential deal."
- "Cleveland Browns schedule analysis" (AFC North Blog) - "Breakdown: The Cleveland Browns play two of their first three games on the road, which isn't ideal for a team learning a new offense and defense under first-year head coach Rob Chudzinski."
- "The impact of free agency on the Browns’ draft strategy" (WFNY) - "Stop me if you’ve heard this one- which came first, the chicken or the egg? When it comes to the Browns and the 2013 NFL Draft, the question might apply."
- "Vikings interested in moving up in first round" (PFT) - "With two picks in the first round of the draft (No. 23 and No. 25 overall), the Minnesota Vikings have the ammunition available to move up in the first round if they so desire."
- "2013 NFL schedule: Broncos-Patriots top revenge game" (NFL.com) - "'Revenge should have no bounds,' Shakespeare wrote. A bit harsh, but after last season ended in infamy for every team outside of Baltimore city limits, everyone's looking for justice."
- "2013 NFL Schedule: Manning at Indy highlights reunion games" (CBS Sports) - "Everybody loves reunions. High school reunions. Family reunions. The Dukes of Hazzard reunion. You name it, if it has the word reunion in it or involves any sort of reunion, people will love it. That's why we're putting together a list of the best reunions on the 2013 NFL Schedule."
- "Giants WR Cruz still not with team for program" (AP) - "Even as the deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets with other teams approached, Giants general manager Jerry Reese was making no assumptions about the future of Victor Cruz."