- "Offensive lineman Paul McQuistan, defensive end Alex Carrington pay Browns free-agent visits" (ABJ) - "The Browns have signed six players since free agency started last week, but they have yet to bolster their stable of big men in the trenches. However, that could change soon."
- "Mike Pettine, Kyle Shanahan skipped Blake Bortles Pro Day, but Ray Farmer reportedly met with him" (Plain Dealer) - "Hey Teddy Bridgewater, don't feel bad. Browns coach Mike Pettine, offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains all skipped the Pro Day of University of Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles on Wednesday too, league sources told cleveland.com."
- "No Browns coaches at QB Pro Days: Big deal, no big deal?" (FSO) - "There has been a lot of talk on Cleveland sports radio shows and in print concerning the Browns coaches not being in attendance at the Pro Days of quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles this week since several of the head coaches of other teams drafting near the top were in attendance."
- "Cleveland Browns' draft needs: Derek Carr could fit new offense" (NFL.com) - "This is a make-or-break offseason for the Cleveland Browns, a franchise that hasn't reached the playoffs in a dozen years. The Browns made several key additions in free agency -- headlined by Ben Tate, Donte Whitner, Andrew Hawkins and Karlos Dansby -- and now they possess three of the top 35 picks in the 2014 NFL Draft, and 10 selections overall."
- "Bridgewater putting glove back on for future workouts" (PFT) - "After a so-so Pro Day workout, Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater explained to Shaun King of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN that he didn’t wear a glove on his throwing hand because he hadn’t been wearing a glove while working out in the Florida heat."
- "Teams interested in Johnson trade" (ESPN) - "The Tennessee Titans have ascertained there is trade interest in running back Chris Johnson, sources confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder, but no deal is imminent."
- "NFL to discuss expanded playoffs" (AP) - "NFL owners likely will consider expanding the playoffs by two teams, beginning in 2015, when they hold their spring meetings in Orlando next week, but a vote on the subject is uncertain."
- "Teams in need of quarterbacks now turn to NFL draft for solutions" (SI.com) - "When it comes to the evaluation of draftable quarterbacks, there’s only one thing for sure — whatever the prevailing opinion is at any time, stick around for a few days and watch it change."