- "On Super Sunday, do the Cleveland Browns have a super plan to get their QB?" (Plain Dealer) - This is a topic that has already been beat to death at Dawgs By Nature. Still, it's interesting to read other people's take. Bud Shaw believes the Browns have the "opportunity to fix the QB once and for all."
- "Terry Pluto's Talkin' ... about new Browns" (Plain Dealer) - Terry Pluto talks about the WCO, Childress, and what that might mean for the Browns. He also touches on the draft and mentions a name he's been hearing around this week being North Carolina DE Quinton Coples.
- "Childress' addition seen as positive" (Pro Football Weekly) - This is short but sweet. It basically expands on the title slightly stating, "...the presence of a coach with 13 years NFL experience can't hurt, the way we hear it."
- "Browns not on Manningham's mind, especially today: Super Bowl Insider" (Plain Dealer) - Mary Kay Cabot talked with Mario Manningham before the big game about how his contract is up and, being a Warren, Ohio native, whether he'd like to end up in Cleveland. Manningham said, "I'm not really thinking about that right now."
- "Giants beat Patriots in the Super Bowl" (Yahoo! Sports) - In case you haven't heard, the Giants beat the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. The score was 21-17. If you're reading this, you probably already knew that, but I couldn't justify snubbing the Super Bowl.
- "Roger Goodell let down by Pro Bowl" (ESPN) - Wait! Before you immediately move on to the next link, consider that there is more to this article. Goodell actually goes on to say that if the league cannot improve the quality of play, they'll consider eliminating the game all together.
- "Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers wins MVP award" (AP) - Here's some more Earth-shattering news. Aaron Rodgers won the league MVP award in a landslide vote. Out of 50 votes, Rodgers received 48. Second was Drew Brees with two votes.
- "Martin, 4 linemen make Hall of Fame" (AP) - Here is the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2012: Curtis Martin (RB), Chris Doleman (DE/LB), Cortez Kennedy (DT), Willie Roaf (OT), Dermontti Dawson (C), and senior selection Jack Butler (CB).