- "Offensive tackle Winston Justice does not visit Browns" (Beacon Journal) - "Free-agent offensive tackle Winston Justice did not visit the Browns on Wednesday, a league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal, speaking on condition of anonymity because the team doesn’t publicize such information."
- "Michael Lombardi: Two different interviews, one set of answers" (WFNY) - "Michael Lombardi used the official launch day of the new Cleveland Browns radio homes to reach out to both 92.3 the Fan and ESPN 850 WKNR. He called in to The Fan’s 'Kiley and Booms' first and later called KNR’s 'The Really Big Show,' with Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer."
- "Jimmy Haslam's 'insignificant' legacy growing daily" (Plain Dealer) - "Losing for this long has its own language. Another trucking company filed suit against Jimmy Haslam's Pilot Flying J on the same day the Browns' owner hired a nationally prominent attorney to lead an internal probe of the company's business practices."
- "Leon McFadden Wants to be 'Trusted' Alongside Haden" (92.3 The Fan) - "Browns third round pick Leon McFadden joined Bull & Fox to talk about being surprised by his selection by the Browns, Joe Haden’s words of encouragement after being drafted, his strengths as a cornerback..."
- "Chiefs send CB Arenas to Cardinals for FB Sherman" (AP) - "The Kansas City Chiefs thinned out a crowded defensive backfield by trading Javier Arenas to Arizona on Wednesday for fullback Anthony Sherman, who didn't appear to fit with new Cardinals coach Bruce Arians' offense."
- "Eagles QB situation, Boldin trade headline offseason superlatives" (SI.com) - "The bulk of free agency is finished and the 2013 draft is in the books, meaning NFL teams are set, for the most part, on the personnel front."
- "Robert Griffin III to exercise caution" (ESPN) - "Robert Griffin III says he will not push to play the next time he has an injury, claiming that he has learned from his 'mistakes.'"
- "CB Al Harris formally retires with Packers" (AP) - "Cornerback Al Harris has chosen to formally retire from the NFL with the Green Bay Packers. The team announced the decision on Wednesday."