- "Ex-FBI director Louis Freeh hired in suit against Jimmy Haslam" (AP) - "Former FBI Director Louis Freeh's firm has been hired by trucking companies suing Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam's company, Pilot Flying J. Pilot Flying J, the nation's largest diesel fuel retailer, has been alleged to have bilked customers out of rebates."
- "McFadden's team choice led to NFL dream" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Leon McFadden, the Browns' third-round pick in last month's draft, went to San Diego State University with the mindset of competing for a spot in the Aztecs’ wide receiver corps."
- "Cribbs was courageous, popular, exciting, emotional -- and limited as a Brown" (Plain Dealer) - "Josh, they hardly knew ye. Seldom has so much anguish been devoted to the departure of a part-time wide receiver and return man who scored 20 touchdowns in eight seasons, only nine from the line of scrimmage."
- "Mary Kay Believes Browns Won’t Hesitate To Start Campbell Over Weeden" (92.3 The Fan) - "Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined Ken Carman on the 'Ken Carman Show.' Cabot talked about the current state of the Cleveland Browns, Brandon Weeden vs. Jason Campbell, the situation surrounding Jimmy Haslam and the Browns off season workouts."
- "Ravens' Rolando McClain retires" (ESPN) - "Middle linebacker Rolando McClain is retiring from the NFL at the age of 23, less than a month after signing a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens, general manager Ozzie Newsome announced Wednesday."
- "AP source: Jets QB Garrard plans to retire" (AP) - "David Garrard is out of the New York Jets' quarterback competition. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Garrard plans to retire because of lingering knee issues."
- "Ranking NFL QBs: Rodgers, Brady, Peyton and Brees are elites" (CBS Sports) - "Any time you rank a group of things, people get angry. And when you start ranking NFL quarterbacks and then (stupidly?) throwing labels on them, people get real angry. So be prepared to get mad at the following list of quarterbacks, from best to worst."
- "Worst position groups in NFL: Defense" (NFL.com) - "I picked the worst position groups in NFL offenses on Monday. After nailing that list, let's try to throw another perfect game on defense."