- "Browns quarterbacks' careers rarely end well or improve after they leave town" (Plain Dealer) - "Four years ago, Derek Anderson allowed pent-up frustrations to spill onto his keyboard. After the Browns cut the only quarterback to earn a Pro Bowl nod since their 1999 return, Anderson fired an email response to a News-Herald reporter seeking comment on his release."
- "Are Pro Days really all that important?" (Red Right 88) - "There was much hand wringing earlier this week in certain quarters about the fact that no one from the Cleveland Browns coaching staff has been in attendance for the Pro Days of quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles."
- "Weeden: 'This is the best thing for me'" (ESPN) - "Growing up in Oklahoma City, Brandon Weeden was a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. He remembers sitting at his grandparents’ house watching Thanksgiving games with Emmitt Smith running all over the place."
- "Browns Ben Tate on Signing with Browns: 'It Was a No-Brainer, Place I Wanted to Be'" (92.3 The Fan) - "Browns running back Ben Tate joined Bull & Fox to talk about why the Browns were the best team for him, the opportunity he has to stick out in this offense along with the rest of the talented roster and his role as the leader in the backfield."
- "Jared Allen leaves Seattle minus deal" (ESPN) - "Jared Allen was accompanied on his second visit to the Seattle Seahawks by his wife, family members and his agent."
- "Mark Sanchez, Blaine Gabbert show quarterback hunt isn't easy" (NFL.com) - "Nearly two years ago at this time, Brandon Weeden was drafted in the first round as the Cleveland Browns' quarterback of the future. Now he's hoping to stick with the Dallas Cowboys as a backup."
- "Report: Jets asked Eagles about DeSean Jackson’s trade availability" (SI.com) - "Could there be a Michael Vick-DeSean Jackson reunion in New York?"
- "Richie Incognito: Returning to play for Dolphins is 'No. 1 goal'" (CBS Sports) - "Former Dolphins guard Richie Incognito returned to the Twitterverse on Wednesday after spending a number of weeks in rehab receiving treatment for his stress."