- "Browns already following Super Bowl champion Seahawks' blueprint" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The new NFL model: Yes, it’s a copycat league with few original thinkers. So NFL franchises in the doldrums will rush to Seattle to emulate the newest league champions, the Seahawks, 43-8 winners over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 48."
- "Quinn's win puts Browns in no-win position" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns might not be able to win on an issue related to their coaching search. They’re criticized for the length of time they took to hire a coach and now they’re questioned because they didn’t wait longer."
- "Ray Farmer changes Browns’ narrative" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "This offseason has generated a whole lot of discussion about who doesn’t want to work for the Browns. We’ve heard about head-coaching candidates pulling their names from consideration. We’ve heard about offensive-coordinator candidates doing the same."
- "Paulsen Predicts Kyle Shanahan’s Future In Cleveland" (92.3 The Fan) - "Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan and co-host of Washington Football Tonight joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.” Paulsen talked about Kyle Shanahan, his time in Washington, working with a young QB, thoughts on him as a coach, what he can do for Cleveland and how this could work out for the Browns."
- "Texts between Martin and Incognito finally surface" (PFT) - "With the Ted Wells report expected to be released later this week, someone finally has leaked to the media the text messages exchanged over a period of months between Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito."
- "Packers likely to institute new playoff ticket system, raise prices" (CBS Sports) - "In a news narrative that was almost hard to believe, the Packers had a difficult time selling out their home playoff game vs. the 49ers. The Packers! At Lambeau Field! Can you believe it?!?"
- "Ray Rice regrets playing for Ravens through hip injury" (NFL.com) - "Ray Rice played most of 2013 while dealing with a hip injury. The Baltimore Ravens running back said in December the injury wasn't something 'you just bounce back from.' Now he expressed some regret that he tried."
- "A record 111.5 million people viewed Super Bowl" (AP) - "Last night’s 43-8 victory by the Seattle Seahawks over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII was the most watched television program in U.S. history, seen by 111.5 million viewers, despite the game being well in hand by halftime, the Associated Press reports."