- "Browns play numbers game, delving deep into advance statistics in hopes wins add up" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns CEO Joe Banner chuckled in recalling reactions of Philadelphia Eagles coaches years ago as the club introduced advanced statistics into offices where decisions traditionally had been made based on film study, experience and gut instincts."
- "Of 18 Browns free agents, few -- if any -- are expected to return" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Let freedom ring: The Browns have 18 free agents – 13 unrestricted (four years experience or more), two restricted (three years), and three exclusive rights (two years or less). There is no indication they will re-sign any of them."
- "Phil Taylor excited about new attacking defense" (Beacon Journal) - "When new Browns coach Rob Chudzinski and defensive coordinator Ray Horton began discussing the change from a 4-3 to a multi-front scheme, a big question came to mind."
- "The Mirage" (OBR) - "The best way for the Cleveland Browns to improve is for them to use the sixth pick in the draft to take Chance Warmack, offensive guard from Alabama and begin to complete the best offensive line in the NFL."
- "Broncos put franchise tag on LT Ryan Clady" (AP) - "Peyton Manning's blindside protector will get a big pay raise next season. The Denver Broncos placed their franchise tag on All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady on Friday, ensuring the three-time Pro Bowler a salary of $9.828 million in 2013."
- "Miami Dolphins' Jake Long looking for $11M annually" (NFL.com) - "As free agency approaches, the market for Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long remains unclear. We do know Long believes he should continue to be paid like an elite player at his position."
- "Lauren Silberman's tryout cut short" (AP) - "Lauren Silberman lined up for a kick at NFL history, took a deep breath and booted the football. It barely went anywhere, traveling 19 yards, and she grabbed at her right leg."
- "Falcons release 3 key players to help salary cap" (AP) - "The Atlanta Falcons started their youth movement Friday by ditching three key players from the most successful era in franchise history."