- "Browns could use a fast WR like Baylor’s Kendall Wright" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "The Browns need playmakers. Specifically, they need receivers. More specifically, they need a fast receiver. Enter Baylor’s Kendall Wright."
- "Ryan Tannehill 'no clue' if Cleveland Browns will draft him" (Plain Dealer) - "With just two days left until the NFL Draft, Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill still has no indication if the Browns at No. 4 or Miami Dolphins at No. 8 have any interest in drafting him Thursday night."
- "Weeden feels Browns like him" (AFC North Blog) - "Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden believes the Cleveland Browns are interested in drafting him."
- "Browns rivals have a huge edge in the draft: They don't need to spend time or picks on a quarterback" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Even though the Browns own a much better position in the draft order – by virtue of their losing record – their rivals in the AFC North have two distinct advantages over them in the draft."
- "Sources: Saints' GM could eavesdrop" (ESPN) - "The U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of Louisiana was told Friday that New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis had an electronic device in his Superdome suite that had been secretly re-wired to enable him to eavesdrop on visiting coaching staffs for nearly three NFL seasons, "Outside the Lines" has learned."
- "Saints deny ESPN report alleging eavesdropping" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "The New Orleans Saints denied an anonymously sourced ESPN report on Monday which alleges that general manager Mickey Loomis' booth in the Superdome was wired so he could listen to opposing coaches' radio communications during games."
- "Fletcher Cox got second-round grade from Draft Advisory Board" (PFT) - "Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has flown up draft boards of late and it now looks like he’ll be drafted before we’re a third of a way through the first round."
- "Brian Dawkins retires from football" (ESPN) - "Brian Dawkins says his head told him to retire, not his neck. The veteran safety called Denver Broncos coach John Fox on Monday morning to tell him that after plenty of prayer and reflection, he'd decided that 16 seasons in the NFL was enough."