- "Mike Pettine: Haslam won't mess with Browns' draft" (NFL.com) - "Will Browns owner Jimmy Haslam's affinity for Johnny Manziel shake up Cleveland's draft plans come Thursday night? Mike Pettine says that's not a threat, telling NFL Media's Aditi Kinkhabwala on Tuesday: 'that would never happen.'"
- "Browns prepared to sack quarterback in draft" (AP) - "For months, the Browns have analyzed college quarterbacks as if they were looking to buy a new house. They've inspected each thoroughly, measured them, timed them, interviewed them, checked and double-checked their backgrounds to find out if one can lift them from NFL irrelevance."
- "Jason La Canfora Helps Sort Through The Piles Of Draft Rumors" (92.3 The Fan) - "Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss the rumors floating around regarding Thursday’s draft, which are legit and which aren’t, who he believes will be taken in the top 5, and more."
- "Browns gamble on Brandon Weeden does not pay off" (Red Right 88) - "The Cleveland Browns hold two first-round draft picks in Thursday night’s NFL Draft. While many expect the Browns to use one of those picks on a quarterback, history shows that drafting a quarterback – especially one in the first round – has been an exercise in futility for the Browns."
- "Seven things we learned about the draft on Tuesday" (NFL.com) - "Johnny Manziel is a long way from Hill Country. That means we're not far away from kicking off this 2014 NFL Draft."
- "Bruce Allen: 'No conversations' for Redskins about Kirk Cousins trade" (CBS) - "Lost amid all the (lack of?) hype for quarterbacks available in the 2014 NFL Draft is the theoretical availability of Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins."
- "GM: No plans to trade Ponder" (ESPN) - "As he continues to prepare for this week's draft, in which he could potentially select the Minnesota Vikings' next quarterback of the future, general manager Rick Spielman said he will not trade the QB he selected in the first round in 2011."
- "Twitter Users Annihilate Roger Goodell Using the #AskCommish Hashtag" (SI.com) - "Today, Roger Goodell responded to questions from Twitter users via the hashtag #AskCommish."