- "These are the reasons Brandon Weeden can hold his job another year" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Comeback player of the month: To borrow a phrase, reports of Brandon Weeden’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. The longer the Browns look at him – and at the quarterbacks available to them -- the better he looks."
- "Oregon pass rusher Dion Jordan tries to answer doubters’ questions" (Beacon Journal) - "Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan believes he displayed his toughness last season, when he played five games with a shoulder injury that requires surgery."
- "Weak draft? Fits for Browns at No. 6" (WFNY) - "The NFL Combine is well underway this weekend. We’ve already had our usual pair of incredibly impressive speedsters (West Virginia’s Tavon Austin and Texas’ Marquise Goodwin) and plenty of updates from the Cleveland media."
- "Prospects impress at this year's combine" (FS Ohio) - "The good news for Dee Milliner is he's the best cornerback in the NFL draft. The bad news: He needs surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder. But Milliner promises he will be fully recovered for the season and even said he delayed the surgery so he could do everything but lift at the Combine."
- "Tom Brady, New England Patriots agree on three-year extension" (SI.com) - "Tom Brady took a huge step today to ensure he'll retire a Patriot, agreeing to a three-year contract extension that will keep him under center for New England through the 2017 season, when he will be 40 years old."
- "Rework of Carson Palmer deal eyed" (ESPN) - "The Oakland Raiders will try to restructure quarterback Carson Palmer's contract, according to league sources. The Raiders are scheduled to pay the 33-year-old Palmer $13 million this season."
- "Eagles release veteran DTs Jenkins, Patterson" (AP) - "The Philadelphia Eagles have released veteran defensive tackles Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson. Jenkins signed a five-year, $30 million contract with the Eagles in 2011 and started every game the last two seasons"
- "2013 NFL Combine: Records set left and right in 40 times" (CBS Sports) - "One scout spoke bluntly about the rash of blazing 40-yard dash times at the NFL's scouting combine this past weekend."