- "Scott Fujita on the Cleveland Browns: 'It seems like they are a rudderless ship'" (Plain Dealer) - "Four years ago, Scott Fujita chose the Browns over two other suitors when weighing his free-agent options. Given the current state of the organization, Fujita sounds like he would not make the same choice today."
- "The league has spoken: Browns coaching job is toxic" (Morning Journal) - "At this point, if the Browns ever do find and hire a head coach, the poor guy should be pitied, not congratulated. The league has spoken, and this is what it said: The Cleveland job has all the appeal of being the night watchman at a junkyard."
- "There’s no way for the Browns to win right now" (WFNY) - "It’s an impossible task to win the off-season in January and February. The Browns are used to finding ways to win back their fans around draft time, but right now, it’s impossible."
- "Bills’ Murphy Discusses Pettine’s Head Coaching Future" (92.3 The Fan) - "John Murphy play by play for the Buffalo Bills joined Ken Carman on the 'Ken Carman show'. Murphy talked about Mike Pettine’s coaching career, the job he did in Buffalo and the kind of coach he would be in the NFL."
- "Rice picks Brees, Quinn to Pro Bowl team" (AP) - "NFL great Jerry Rice is already bucking conventional fantasy football wisdom in a new Pro Bowl format inspired by the popular hobby."
- "Ex-agent: Ryan Leaf didn't want to play for Colts, so he sabotaged draft" (CBS Sports) - "That's right Indy, Ryan Leaf didn't want any part of your city. According to Steinberg, Leaf purposely skipped out on a meeting with then-Colts coach Jim Mora so that Indianapolis wouldn't draft him."
- "GM: Saints view Jimmy Graham as TE" (ESPN) - "General manager Mickey Loomis said the New Orleans Saints will use the franchise tag on tight end Jimmy Graham if necessary -- a move that could trigger a groundbreaking battle over whether the pending free agent should be officially considered a tight end or a wide receiver."
- "Jason Licht hired as Tampa Bay Buccaneers' GM" (NFL.com) - "The Buccaneers have selected a new general manager to guide Tampa Bay out of the dark."