- "Alex Mack wants answers before contract talks with Browns resume" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Blame it on Rio: Negotiations aimed at keeping Browns Pro Bowl center Alex Mack off the free agent market won’t begin until Mack returns from a humanitarian trip to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the end of the month, his agent told ESPN Cleveland."
- "Cameron shows combine's value" (ESPN) - "The NFL scouting combine has turned into a personality event for the public as much as it's a test of players' speed and agility for scouts. A once-small media group has turned into a horde that fills the space in a Lucas Oil Field Stadium club lounge, and as many as five interviews could be taking place at the same time."
- "Browns head to NFL Scouting Combine with 10 picks, plenty of needs" (Morning Journal) - "If there ever is a February to head to the NFL Scouting Combine with pockets bulging with draft picks, this is it. Last week, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters the 2014 draft class "is as deep across the board" as any he has seen in the past 30 years."
- "Jim Donovan Says Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam Took Back Ownership Of His Team" (92.3 The Fan) - "The voice of the Cleveland Browns, Jim Donovan, joined Dave Chudowsky on 92.3 The Fan Saturday afternoon. Donovan talked about his best Olympic memories, what he makes of the Browns’ front office shakeup..."
- "Scouting combine slowly evolves" (ESPN) - "Though the annual NFL scouting combine has been slow to change through the years, change has been an important part of its growth."
- "Predicting free agents' landing spots" (NFL.com) - "It's that grab-bag time of year again. Fans look to see how much money their favorite team has to play with, and the daydreaming takes off."
- "Agent's Take: Franchise tag projections for all 32 NFL teams" (CBS Sports) - "Each NFL team can place an exclusive or a non-exclusive franchise tag on one of its players with an expiring contract in order to retain his rights during a two week window beginning on February 17."
- "Blake Bortles says he will throw at NFL Combine" (SI.com) - "Former Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles plans to be a full participant at the NFL Scouting Combine starting this weekend, tweeting on Tuesday that he will do the passing drills."