- "A few bucks extra per ticket, instead of a sin tax? Doing the math on Cleveland's sports stadium tax" (Plain Dealer) - "Don't like the sin tax, but you do like to go to pro sporting events in Cleveland? How about paying an extra $3 for your next Indians ticket instead? Or would you consider $7 more for a Browns ticket?"
- "Time is of the essence as Browns close in on a choice between Buffalo's Mike Pettine or -- two weeks from now -- Seattle's Dan Quinn" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Getting defensive: Last year the apple of the Browns’ eye was offensive coaches. Chip Kelly. Bill O’Brien. Doug Marrone. Ken Whisenhunt. Marc Trestman. They also interviewed defensive coaches Ray Horton and Mike Zimmer."
- "Half of the secondary made the Pro Bowl" (FSO) - "Haden registered 60 tackles in 15 games with four interceptions and 21 passes broken up. Haden returned an interception for a touchdown against the Bengals. Haden was selected to his first Pro Bowl and was named a 2013 AP second-team All-Pro honoree."
- "Browns eye Senior Bowl talent" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Over the last 48 hours, more than 100 college football players have taken the field in preparation for the 2014 Senior Bowl, and plied their respective crafts in front of hundreds of NFL coaches and front-office decision-makers."
- "Source: RB Peterson opts for surgery" (ESPN) - "Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has opted to have surgery on his groin in the near future, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson."
- "Percy Harvin returns to Seattle Seahawks practice" (NFL.com) - "Percy Harvin is giving it a go once more. The Seattle Seahawks wide receiver has played in just two games all season (40 snaps total), but he was a full participant in Wednesday's practice."
- "Biggest Disappointment of the season is RG3" (CBS Sports) - "Robert Griffin III may have raised the bar too high in his rookie season when he led the Redskins to a 10-6 record and an NFC East division title."
- "Report: Vince Young files for bankruptcy" (SI.com) - "Vince Young has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, David Barron of the Houston Chronicle reported on Wednesday."