- "Patience Is a Virtue in the Head Coach Hunt" (SI.com) - "I don’t even care if it’s an intentional display of patience on their part, or in reality a byproduct of not being able to give the job away, I’m still convinced the sometimes clueless Cleveland Browns are taking the right approach when it comes to conducting their latest head coaching search. By taking their time."
- "No. 4 pick: Browns on the clock" (NFL.com) - "Which player should the Cleveland Browns select with their fourth overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft? Matt 'Money' Smith, Bucky Brooks and Daniel Jeremiah reveal their selection in the first 2014 NFL.com Mock Draft."
- "Pilot Flying J update: 95 percent of customer shortages resolved" (Plain Dealer) - "Pilot Flying J said Wednesday the truck stop chain has paid back about 95 percent of the customers to which it owed fuel rebate and discount money."
- "Phil Dawson -- still kicking, but for a winner, after all these years" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Lonesome no more: I nicknamed Phil Dawson 'Lonesome Phil' because for the longest time – 10 years or so – he was the lone player on the Browns who could score."
- "Vikings pick Mike Zimmer as new head coach" (AP) - "Mike Zimmer is finally a head coach in the NFL. The Minnesota Vikings think now is the time for the veteran defensive coordinator."
- "Calvin Johnson has had 2 surgeries" (ESPN) - "Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson has had two surgeries this offseason, one to clear out his ailing knees and one to fix an injured finger."
- "Matt Leinart: Credit Kurt Warner for Cards offense, not Ken Whisenhunt" (CBS Sports) - "When Tennessee hired Ken Whisenhunt on Jan. 13, Titans president Tommy Smith mentioned that he liked the fact that Whisenhunt had led the Arizona Cardinals to a Super Bowl and had a 'history of building successful offenses.'"
- "League could fine players who violate concussion protocol" (PFT) - "When a pair of players (apparently, Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis and Packers tackle David Bakhtiari) failed to comply with the league’s concussion protocol, the NFL didn’t fine the players."