- "Ben Tate on joining the Cleveland Browns: 'I really wanted to be here'" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "The Cleveland Browns continued their methodical approach to free agency by addressing another critical need with Saturday’s signing of former Houston Texans running back Ben Tate."
- "Tate is the answer if he avoids painful past" (ESPN) - "Ben Tate is the answer for the Cleveland Browns at running back if he can answer one question: Can he stay healthy? The Browns are undoubtedly making the right move by signing Tate on Saturday to a two-year deal worth up to $7 million."
- "Tales From Free Agency: Alex Mack and Other Stories" (DraftBrowns.com) - "Greetings from Absentia! As many of you probably know, I had taken leave of Twitter for the sake of Lent but I couldn’t possibly sit idle without weighing in on All Things Browns as free agency simmers to a low boil."
- "Dane Brugler Says Bridgewater 'So Advanced From the Neck Up'" (92.3 The Fan) - "CBS Sports NFL draft analyst Dane Brugler joined Bull & Fox to talk about the impacts of free agency on predicting the draft, his latest mock draft which has the Browns selecting Teddy Bridgewater at No. 4..."
- "Jets, Giants making push for Rodgers-Cromartie" (NFL.com) - "It might be a Big Apple (well, East Rutherford) showdown for the services of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie."
- "Arian Foster cleared to return" (ESPN) - "Houston Texans running back Arian Foster returned to Twitter on Saturday night and included in his tweets a declaration that his doctor had medically cleared him to play."
- "Emmanuel Sanders: 'There was no kind of agreement'" (PFT) - "At his introductory press conference after signing with the Broncos, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders denied that he or his agent had previously agreed to a deal with the Chiefs."
- "Early winners, losers in NFL free agency" (SI.com) - "Declaring winners and losers in free agency is not unlike handing out draft grades in the immediate aftermath of that event — in that, both sets of reactions usually turn out to be at least 50-percent wrong."