- "Greg Roman Crossed Off Browns Coordinator Search, Headed To Bills" (92.3) - "Greg Roman will not be replacing Kyle Shanahan as the Cleveland Browns’ offensive coordinator. Roman is finalizing a contract to join Rex Ryan’s staff in Buffalo and assume that role for the Bills instead..."
- "Browns seek to interview former head coaches Chan Gailey and Bill Callahan" (C-T) - "Cross a big name off the Browns’ list of offensive coordinator candidates, and add an experienced one. Greg Roman, who spent the past four years as coordinator in San Francisco..."
- "Speculation about Peyton Manning's future surely will link him to the Browns" (WKNR) - "NFL winds of change: Cynics say the NFL stands for Not For Long because of how quickly things can change. January, in particular, is a time when change in the NFL comes at warp speed."
- "Playoff quarterbacks can show Cleveland Browns the best path" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns may not need a primer on the qualities of good NFL quarterbacks, but if they want one it was all over TV last weekend."
- "Coaching visits tracker" (NFL.com) - "Firing season quickly turned to hiring season in the NFL. We'll keep you up to date with all the coaching and general manager interviews here in our coaching tracker."
- "John Fox's departure shows John Elway won't settle for less than Super Bowl" (USA TODAY) - "For John Elway, nothing but Super Bowl championships matter. That's how it was when he was a player, and that's how it is for Elway now that he's running the Denver Broncos front office."
- "Tony Dungy on Peyton Manning's future: 'he's going to come back'" (SI.com) - "Tony Dungy, Peyton Manning's coach during his time with the Indianapolis Colts, believes that the quarterback will return to the Denver Broncos next year after a season-ending playoff loss..."
- "The Most Clutch Postseason Quarterback Of All Time Is Eli Manning" (538) - "Saturday’s AFC divisional playoff game featured a matchup between two quarterbacks with clutch reputations: the Baltimore Ravens’ Joe Flacco, who entered the game with a 10-4 lifetime postseason record, and the New England Patriots’ Tom Brady..."