- "Safe or Surprise Draft: AFC North" (SI.com) - "As the 2013 NFL Draft approaches, we’re laying out both the safest and riskiest route that teams might take with their first selection."
- "2013 Cleveland Browns Seven Round Mock Draft" (DraftBrowns.com) - "The Browns entered the offseason with major holes to fill at defensive end and outside linebacker, and quickly pounced on Baltimore pass rusher Paul Kruger, and Oakland lineman Desmond Bryant as soon as the free agency signing period began."
- "Ezekiel Ansah, Sharrif Floyd, Kyle Long visiting Browns today; Matt Barkley, others on way" (Beacon Journal) - "Brigham Young defensive end/outside linebacker Ezekiel 'Ziggy' Ansah, Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, Oregon offensive lineman Kyle Long and San Diego State tight end Gavin Escobar will have pre-draft visits today with the Browns, league sources told the Beacon Journal."
- "Browns sign veteran WR David Nelson" (FS Ohio) - "There is a saying that it’s better late than never. The Browns hope that is true. It took about a month but the Browns finally added a veteran wide receiver to their receiving corps via free agency. After letting Mohamed Massaquoi and Josh Cribbs leave through free agency, the Browns had not added any player with NFL experience."
- "Bucs willing to give a 2013 first-rounder for Revis, Jets want a lot more" (PFT) - "It widely has been believed that the lingering impasse between the Jets and the Buccaneers over cornerback Darrelle Revis arises from the Tampa’s refusal to give up a 2013 first-round pick for Revis."
- "Source: Mike Jenkins to join Raiders" (ESPN) - "The Oakland Raiders and free-agent cornerback Mike Jenkins have agreed to a one-year contract, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Asomugha’s deal has low base value, no guarantees" (PFT) - "Little more than 20 months after cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha became the crown jewel of the post-lockout free agency class, Asomugha has been relegated to the bargain basement."
- "Pardee remembered as football innovator" (AP) - "Jack Pardee coached in college, the NFL, the USFL, the CFL and the World Football League. And each of those stops came after a playing career that began as one of Bear Bryant's ''Junction Boys'' at Texas A&M and culminated in becoming an All-Pro linebacker."