- "Browns not giving up on Adam Gase, Gus Malzahn as head coach options" (CBS Sports) - "The Cleveland Browns have not given up hope on landing Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase as their next head coach, according to league sources, and, as the first person they wanted to interview for the job, are hopeful they eventually get the chance to do so."
- "Mike Silver Says Perceived 'Shadiness' Around League With Browns’ Front Office" (92.3 The Fan) - "Mike Silver of NFL Network and NFL.com joined Bull & Fox to talk about the Browns’ player reactions after the firing of Rob Chudzinski, whether this front office has taken the right direction in their search for a successor..."
- "Browns candidates have called Rob Chudzinski" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday on 'NFL GameDay Morning' that the team still 'would really like to talk' with Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase, who refused an interview request earlier this month to focus on the playoffs."
- "Report that former Cleveland Browns coach Rob Chudzinski has been talking to current Browns candidates is not true, source says" (Cleveland.com) - "A national report that former Browns coach Rob Chudzinski has been talking the team down to its current head coaching candidates is false, a league source told cleveland.com."
- "Peyton Manning to weigh results" (ESPN) - "Peyton Manning's future beyond this season will be determined by the results of an offseason exam on his surgically repaired neck, sources familiar with the star quarterback's mindset told ESPN Senior NFL Insider Chris Mortensen."
- "GM candidates question Dolphins' murky front-office structure" (CBS Sports) - "The Dolphins are continuing their search for a general manager this weekend, interviewing four candidates between Friday and Saturday, with at least four more to come."
- "NFL looking to sell part of Thursday night broadcast schedule, per report" (SI.com) - "The NFL Network’s monopoly on Thursday night football may come to an end beginning next season."
- "Ten things we learned from Divisional Round Weekend" (NFL.com) - "NFL strategy is cyclical. No one understands this elemental truth better than Patriots coach Bill Belichick, who has proven once again to be at the vanguard of an inverse reaction to conventional wisdom."