- "Draft Day: Sneak peek and initial impressions of movie involving Browns" (ABJ) - "Every so often I get lucky and my past life as the movie critic at the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com and current one as a sportswriter intersect. Such was the case when I got a sneak peak of the new film Draft Day which covers the fictional 2014 draft of the team, will hit theaters April 11."
- "5 Big Splashes the Cleveland Browns Can Realistically Make in Free Agency" (B/R) - "Now that the Cleveland Browns have a head coach and most of their staff, they can enter free agency with somewhat of a direction. A coach’s systems often dictate what type of players the team will pursue."
- "How to fix the Cleveland Browns in 10 easy steps" (Red Right 88) - "Jonathan Knight, author of several books including Sundays in the Pound and Kardiac Kids, spoke Wednesday evening at the Hudson Library and Historical Society."
- "What should the Browns do with Greg Little?" (WFNY) - "As we make our way through the off-season and think about various positions on the roster, nobody’s position might be stranger than Greg Little’s. Little is a good guy with very good physical attributes."
- "Report: Stan Kroenke buys 60 acres of land near Hollywood Park" (PFT) - "Three days before the Super Bowl comes a published report that will surely increase chatter about the future of the Rams in St. Louis and the potential return of the NFL to Los Angeles."
- "New York Giants' Justin Tuck to test free-agent market" (NFL.com) - "New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is ready to test free agency."
- "Lawyer: Texts banter, not bullying" (ESPN) - "The attorney for Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito fired back at Jonathan Martin on Thursday, saying Martin's comments and texts to Incognito were just as vulgar as the ones sent to him."
- "Union: NFL HGH testing held up by appeals process" (AP) - "When the Super Bowl ends, three complete seasons will have come and gone without testing for human growth hormone — even though the NFL and the players' union originally paved the way to check for that drug in August 2011."