- "Cowboys block Browns on Callahan" (ESPN) - "As top-heavy as the team's offensive staff may seem, the Dallas Cowboys do not want to part ways with Bill Callahan. According to a source, Dallas turned down the Cleveland Browns' request to interview Callahan, the Cowboys' offensive coordinator/offensive line coach, who called plays in 2013 but will not call them in 2014."
- "Pettine’s staff needs a major piece to fall in place" (WFNY) - "On Monday night, the Cleveland Browns officially announced that Jim O’Neil will be the team’s defensive coordinator, and that Chris Tabor will return as the special teams coordinator."
- "Adam Gase says it 'wasn't right time' to interview for Cleveland Browns job" (Plain Dealer) - "Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase, who called Browns owner Jimmy Haslam last week to withdraw his name from the Browns job, re-iterated at the Super Bowl that it just wasn't the right time for him to become a head coach."
- "Browns' Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 Draft" (B/R) - "The Cleveland Browns have 10 draft picks and a ton of holes to fill. While their work is certainly cut out for them, this type of opportunity does not present itself very often in the NFL."
- "Panthers sign Ron Rivera to three-year extension" (CBS Sports) - "Somewhere in the middle of 2013, Ron Rivera morphed into the gambling madman known as Riverboat Ron and led the Panthers from a 1-3 start to a 12-win season and an NFC South division title."
- "Jonathan Martin discusses Miami Dolphins departure" (NFL.com) - "Jonathan Martin recently discussed with Super Bowl XLIV-winning coach Tony Dungy why he abruptly left the Miami Dolphins during the season."
- "Richard Sherman talks NFC title game, teammates and more at Super Bowl Media Day" (SI.com) - "Remember Richard Sherman? The bombastic Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback who stole headlines after the NFC title game?"
- "Marshawn Lynch snubs reporters" (ESPN) - "Marshawn Lynch showed up at Super Bowl media day. Barely. The Seattle Seahawks running back, who wasn't given a podium, spoke to the media for six minutes and 20 seconds Tuesday before retreating to a back wall at the Prudential Center."