- "Brian Hoyer: 'I’ll Never Shy Away From Any Competition'" (92.3 The Fan) - "Bring it on. Seems like an appropriate motto for Browns quarterback and Cleveland native Brian Hoyer. After nearly 5 months of rehab from a torn right ACL, Hoyer is ready to prove himself yet again to a new coaching staff led by Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer..."
- "It's too late for 2007 Cleveland Browns, but NFL would be wise to expand playoffs" (Plain Dealer) - "There was a time when the National Hockey League played an 80-game regular-season schedule only to eliminate five clubs from its 16-team playoff format."
- "Is Johnny Football's future with the Browns?" (FSO) - "Much of the NFL football world had their attention shifted to Texas A & M quarterback Johnny Manziel this past Thursday. In fact, 30 of the 32 NFL teams had representatives at Manziel's Pro Day, which was also broadcast live on ESPN and NFL Network. However, the Browns were one of the two teams that were absent."
- "Manziel's Pro Day won't change opinions formed by watching games" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Now that all of the so-called top-tier quarterbacks in the 2014 NFL Draft have had their respective pro days, it’s time to assess where they figure into the conversation for the Cleveland Browns and the rest of the league, for that matter."
- "DeSean Jackson on Redskins, Raiders, Bills' radar" (NFL.com) - "At least a half-dozen teams reportedly have contacted the agent for DeSean Jackson following his release Friday from the Philadelphia Eagles."
- "Doug Martin expects medical clearance soon" (CBS) - "The last time we saw Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin on a football field was in October when he suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder in a Week 7 loss to the Falcons."
- "Sources: Ray Rice gets married" (ESPN) - "Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and Janay Palmer were married Friday, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Chris Johnson expected to land with Atlanta Falcons" (SI.com) - "News on the Chris Johnson front has been quiet over the recent weeks, but now that the veteran running back market is beginning to play out we could see some action soon."