- "Other possible Browns roster moves in the wake of the release of LB D'Qwell Jackson" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The business season: For six days, the Browns’ new football minds dabbled in Fantasy Football, ogling all those fast new draft prospects on display in Indianapolis."
- "D'Qwell Jackson reportedly meeting with Denver and Tennessee this weekend" (Plain Dealer) - "Near the end of last season, former Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton called D’Qwell Jackson a 'coach’s dream.' It seems Horton, now the Tennessee Titans' coordinator, might like to reunite with the 30-year-old linebacker the Browns released Wednesday."
- "Will Patriots pursue D'Qwell Jackson?" (FSO) - "Who's hot on the trail of linebacker D'Qwell Jackson following his release from the Browns? CBS Sports' Jason LaCanfora reported seven teams contacted the veteran, who was a mainstay of the Browns defense, after the team let him go in lieu of paying a $4.1 million signing bonus that kicked in come March."
- "Browns Dane Brugler on Derek Carr, 'He Will Win You Games'" (92.3 The Fan) - "CBS Sports NFL Draft Analyst Dane Brugler joined Joe Lull on the 'Ken Carman Show.' Brugler talked about this years NFL Draft QB class, Derek Carr, Johnny Football, Teddy Bridgewater..."
- "Source: Cap will be $133 million per team" (PFT) - "For 2014, each team will have $10 million more to spend than it had a year ago. Per a league source, the salary cap will be $133 million in 2014."
- "Agent's take: 49ers face challenges in any new deal with Kaepernick" (CBS Sports) - "The San Francisco 49ers met with Colin Kaepernick's representatives at the NFL combine to start discussions on his new contract."
- "Russell Wilson won't get at-bat" (ESPN) - "Rest easy, Seattle Seahawks fans. Quarterback Russell Wilson will not bat for the Texas Rangers in Monday's Cactus League game."
- "Bill Belichick, Jim Harbaugh among the NFL’s most indispensable coaches" (SI.com) - "The coaches without whom NFL teams would be lost? Harbaugh’s on that list, but there are a few names above his."