- "Jimmy Haslam apologizes to NFL owners" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns owner Jimmy Haslam stood in front of his fellow NFL owners at a league meeting in Boston Tuesday and apologized for the mess caused by some employees of Pilot Flying J, which is under federal investigation."
- "Recent Trends Open Windows to the 2013 Cleveland Browns Offense" (DraftBrowns.com) - "Last season, lame duck Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur spent the year trying to fit a square peg named Brandon Weeden into the round hole West Coast Offense."
- "Jackson humbled by 'Good Guy Award'" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "At the end of the 2012 season, Cleveland Browns linebacker D’Qwell Jackson was voted the winner of the Dino Lucarelli Good Guy Award, given annually to a player, as selected by the Cleveland chapter of the Pro Football Writers of America, for their cooperation with the media."
- "Off Day Tuesday – Weekly Five" (OBR) - "We've reached that May lull in the NFL's offseason, but in Cleveland, some familiar Browns' topics resurfaced this week. Of particular note, quarterbacks and pass rushers."
- "Charles Woodson, Oakland Raiders strike contract" (NFL.com) - "Charles Woodson's NFL career has come full circle. The veteran defensive back signed a one-year contract with the Oakland Raiders on Tuesday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported, reuniting him with the team that selected him in the first round of the 1998 NFL Draft."
- "Bay Bowl: San Francisco to host 50th Super Bowl" (AP) - "Build a new stadium, host the Super Bowl to show it off. The NFL rewarded the San Francisco Bay Area on Tuesday with hosting rights for the 2016 championship game, slotting the 50th Super Bowl in the 49ers' high-tech Santa Clara stadium scheduled to open next year."
- "NFL noncommittal with announcing dates of two new Super Bowls, other events" (Yahoo! Sports) - "The NFL calendar is in such flux right now that you're almost better off noting events in pencil instead of pen. On Tuesday, the NFL awarded Super Bowls L and LI to San Francisco and Houston, respectively."
- "Teams not buying 'Easter Bunny' excuse for moving NFL Draft to May" (SI.com) - "Even if you happen to believe in the Easter Bunny theory, or that the NFL had to move next year's draft to May solely because of a scheduling conflict with a Radio City Music Hall 'Spring Spectacular' show, there's more than a reasonable doubt within the league about the wisdom of adopting such a change on a long-term basis, as is being contemplated."