- "Kruger says Browns are primed for 'great things'" (Canton Rep) - "It’ll take a while for Paul Kruger to get the 'we' out of his system when talking about the hated Ravens. 'Both games we played against the Browns were tough games,' the new star free agent said of them."
- "Browns continue free agency remodeling" (FS Ohio) - "The main entrance at the Browns facility can't be used because of remodeling on the building. It's been a regular occurrence in Berea since 1999 -- new regime comes in, the building gets remodeled."
- "Sorting Through the Defensive Backs" (OBR) - "With several new faces expected to be joining the Browns in 2013, rest assured, there will be new faces in the defensive backfield. With the need definitely high, this is a superb year to be in the market for a CB or a S. Free agency is deep at both positions and the draft looks very promising through about Round 4."
- "Draft, not free agency, is the first real test for Cleveland Browns' new leaders" (Plain Dealer) - "The measure of the new regime in Berea will come in April, not March... Paul Kruger looks like he just walked off the set of the History Channel's 'Vikings.' Spoiler alert for a football-crazed town: it's not a miniseries about a NFL team."
- "Source: Cliff Avril, Seahawks agree" (ESPN) - "The Seattle Seahawks have reached agreement on a two-year, $15 million deal with former Detroit Lions defensive end Cliff Avril, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Safety Dashon Goldson signs 5-yr deal with Bucs" (AP) - "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers targeted Dashon Goldson long before the All-Pro became the most coveted safety in free agency."
- "Wes Welker agrees with Broncos" (ESPN) - "Wes Welker is saying goodbye to Tom Brady and hello to Peyton Manning. The Broncos agreed with Welker on a two-year contract worth $12 million, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The deal also includes $150,000 in incentives in each year if he catches 90 passes."
- "Lions land free agents Bush, Quin, Jones" (AP) - "Reggie Bush has watched film of the Detroit Lions, and he has seen the opposing safeties playing deep and paying extra attention to Calvin Johnson."