- "Ryan Nassib to work out with Browns, Jaguars, Bills" (NFL.com) - "Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib has workouts lined up with the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills in the next week, a source informed of his plans said Tuesday."
- "Reports: Former Bills WR David Nelson, West Virginia WR Tavon Austin to visit Browns" (Beacon Journal) - "The Browns remain in the hunt for a wide receiver. Former Buffalo Bills wide receiver David Nelson is scheduled to visit the Browns on Thursday, Tim Graham of the Buffalo News reported today, and West Virginia University wide receiver Tavon Austin is set to visit Cleveland next week, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported this afternoon."
- "Risk vs. Reward: The One Year Deal" (Draft Browns) - "It’s April. That means baseball, rain, and more importantly (to us at least), the NFL Draft. The excitement of Free Agency went from frenzy to fizzle in surprisingly short order as big names signed early and lesser-knowns took one year deals largely due to the buyer’s market that was so prevalent this year."
- "Matt Miller Says Dee Milliner Would be His Choice for Browns" (92.3 The Fan) - "Matt Miller of Bleacher Report joined Bull & Fox to talk about the latest roster moves by the Browns and their busy offseason, whether Jason Campbell has any chance of beating out Brandon Weeden for the starting job, what the Browns will do in the draft, if Dee Milliner should be the guy at No. 6, filling the hole at safety with the release of Usama Young, Geno Smith’s scouting report, other quarterback prospects to watch and more." - [AUDIO]
- "49ers, Asomugha reach agreement on one-year deal" (AP) - "Free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha reached agreement on a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday that could pay him as much as $3 million this year."
- "Aaron Rodgers and a 'hometown discount'" (ESPN) - "Last week, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Green Bay Packers were progressing toward a contract agreement that will make quarterback Aaron Rodgers the highest-paid player in NFL history. Based on current context, the deal would average more than $20.1 million per year."
- "Jets and Revis look stuck together until some team takes the bait" (CBS Sports) - "The New York Jets have to trade star corner Darrelle Revis. But no team should trade for him -- especially if the Jets want two premium picks. So what gives?"
- "Seau lawsuits merged with Pa. NFL concussion case" (AP) - "Two wrongful-death lawsuits over the suicide of Pro Bowler Junior Seau have been consolidated with NFL concussion litigation in Philadelphia."