- "Mike Pettine calls Derek Carr the 'best natural thrower in draft'" (NFL.com) - "New Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine would seem to be in the market for a quarterback, and he provided a quick rundown on each of the top four quarterback prospects Tuesday morning at the NFL Annual Meeting."
- "What’s next for the Browns?" (WFNY) - "According to the NFL Players’ union, as of Tuesday morning the Cleveland Browns are still sitting on $31,828,788.00 worth of cap space for the 2014 season. The Browns entered free agency with around $45 million."
- "Browns put premium on players with postseason experience" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Talent is first -- and probably second, third, fourth and fifth -- on the list of qualities the Cleveland Browns seek in a player they pursue in free agency. Without that ingredient, nothing else really matters."
- "Ray Farmer: a national man of mystery" (Plain Dealer) - "Far be it for me to say Ray Farmer is getting a little carried away with being a man of mystery in the months leading up to the May draft. But the SpyCam bracelet is a little much."
- "Ralph Wilson will be missed" (ESPN) - "Tuesday was a sad day in the NFL. In the middle of the afternoon session of the NFL meetings, a session that normally is quiet, it was announced to the owners and general managers that Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson had died at age 95."
- "The can't-miss-QB in this year's draft? Bill O'Brien doesn't see one" (SI.com) - "I had breakfast Tuesday morning with the man who owns the 2014 NFL draft, but Bill O'Brien didn't have time to eat much. Too many questions. Too much ground to cover."
- "DeSean Jackson thinks he'll stay with Eagles after talk with Chip Kelly" (CBS Sports) - "There's a new twist in the DeSean Jackson trade speculation, and that twist is that the speculation can stop because Jackson won't be traded."
- "Alex Carrington agrees to deal with Rams" (PFT) - "Free agent defensive lineman Alex Carrington has found his new home, in St. Louis. Carrington has agreed to a deal with the Rams, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports."