- "Still shaking my head at Browns' schedule" (ESPN) - "I fully get the premise that NFL schedules are amorphous in that the quality of opponents changes. A team that is supposed to be good has injuries or troubles. A team that was last one season goes to first the next."
- "Aaron Murray eager to prove to Cleveland Browns in private workout Sunday that he should be their man" (Plain Dealer) - "Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray was just weeks away from preparing for the NFL draft when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament against Kentucky last November."
- "Wadsworth native Bishop Sankey eager to prove he’s best running back in this year’s class" (ABJ) - "In Bishop Sankey’s opinion, the best running back in this year’s NFL Draft hails from Northeast Ohio. Although his roots are not mentioned in his bio on the University of Washington’s athletics website, Sankey was born in Wadsworth and lived there with his grandparents..."
- "'The greatest trade ever' brings Mike Phipps to the Browns" (Red Right 88) - "The Cleveland Browns hold two first-round draft picks in the upcoming NFL Draft. While many expect the Browns to use one of those picks on a quarterback, history shows that drafting a quarterback – especially one in the first round – has been an exercise in futility for the Browns."
- "Source: Seahawks hire Jeff Ireland" (ESPN) - "The Seattle Seahawks have hired former Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland as a pre-draft consultant, a source confirmed to ESPN."
- "Report: Jermichael Finley to undergo X-ray Monday" (NFL.com) - "Jermichael Finley might be one step closer to finding a new team. The free-agent tight end is scheduled to undergo an X-ray on his surgically repaired neck on Monday morning, according to USA Today's Tom Pelissero."
- "Giants co-owner John Mara addresses the possibility of narrower goal posts" (SI.com) - "Giants co-owner John Mara acknowledged in an interview with the team’s website that the league’s kickers have gotten better, and the extra point will likely need to see some changes soon."
- "Calvin Johnson on NFL no dunk rule: I'm still going to dunk" (SI.com) - "Just because the NFL will be penalizing players who dunk over the crossbar doesn't mean players won't be dunking over the crossbar."