- "Kyle Shanahan agrees to become Falcons OC" (Plain Dealer) - "Kyle Shanahan, who resigned as Browns offensive coordinator with two years left on his contract, has agreed to become offensive coordinator of the Falcons, a league source confirmed for Northeast Ohio Media Group."
- "Billy Winn gets $1M pay bump thanks to performance clause" (ESPN) - "Cleveland Browns defensive end Billy Winn's salary will jump to $1.574 million in 2015, according to NFLPA records. Winn likely can thank a Proven Performance Escalator for mid- to late-round picks entering the fourth year of their rookie deals."
- "Mike Pettine could choose familiarity when hiring offensive coordinator" (C-T) - "With Browns coach Mike Pettine’s search for an offensive coordinator reaching near and far, he could find himself faced with a difficult decision. Play it safe or take another risk."
- "Five Changes for Playoff Push in 2015" (OBR) - "Find a quarterback: Veteran placeholder? Another rookie? More Hoyer? Someone who can corral Johnny Football? Yeah, pretty much every team in this list needs a quarterback and it’s probably the top reason they’re not playing in January."
- "Are Gary Kubiak, Peyton Manning a fit in Denver?" (NFL.com) - "Broncos fans can applaud the synergy between general manager John Elway and his new hand-picked coach, Gary Kubiak -- but what about the pairing of Kubiak and Peyton Manning?"
- "Richard Sherman says it’s '100 percent' he’ll play in Super Bowl" (PFT) - "Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman finished Sunday’s game with one arm. Whether it’s one arm or two, he’ll be playing in two weeks."
- "Sad Seahawks fans leave NFC title game early, immediately regret it" (SI.com) - "Things weren't looking good for the Seahawks after Russell Wilson threw his fourth interception of the game with Seattle down 19-7 and five minutes left in the NFC title game."
- "Report: Tampering charges filed against Jets owner Woody Johnson" (CBS) - "The NFL is preparing to investigate Jets owner Woody Johnson for comments made about Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis during a press conference last week..."