- "McCoy might not be a good quarterback, but he never got a real chance with the Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "The most popular man in a losing football town is always the backup quarterback. Still, Colt McCoy was more popular than most. Several factors were at work, including a glittering college career at a big-time program, the University of Texas."
- "Trade is win-win for Browns, Colt McCoy" (AFC North Blog) - "The Cleveland Browns traded backup quarterback Colt McCoy to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday in what was a win-win for the Browns and their deposed starter."
- "Sixty-one players, including Colt McCoy, attend first day of Browns' offseason workout program" (Beacon Journal) - "Sixty-one of 63 players who were on the Browns’ roster this morning reported to the team’s headquarters in Berea for the first day of the organization’s offseason conditioning program, a league source told the Beacon Journal."
- "Players excited for start of workouts" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "More than 60 players returned to Berea for the start of the Cleveland Browns’ voluntary offseason workouts and meetings on Monday. And the players were eager to get back to work under the direction of Brad Roll, the team’s new strength and conditioning coach."
- "Raiders trade for Matt Flynn" (ESPN) - "The Oakland Raiders acquired quarterback Matt Flynn from the Seattle Seahawks for two draft picks Monday -- a fifth-round pick in the 2014 draft and a conditional pick in 2015."
- "Trades for vet QBs could hurt Geno Smith" (Yahoo! Sports) - "For the third time this offseason, a quarterback-needy team drafting in the top 10 is on the verge of trading for at least a semi-prominent passer."
- "Colts agree to terms with Heyward-Bey" (AP) - "The Indianapolis Colts have agreed to terms with free agent wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey."
- "Redskins, DeAngelo Hall reunite" (PFT) - "DeAngelo Hall won’t be changing teams after all. Hall has agreed to a one-year contract to return to the Redskins, Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan in Washington D.C. reported Monday night."
- "Arizona lets go of quarterback John Skelton" (AP) - "The Arizona Cardinals have released quarterback John Skelton, who started 17 games for the team over the past three seasons."