- "Agent: Browns have shown interest in re-signing Hoyer" (NFL.com) - "With their options limited under center, the Cleveland Browns have reached out to Brian Hoyer about a contract extension."
- "If not Brian Hoyer, then who?" (Red Right 88) - "At this time last year, Hoyer was working hard (a trait that is apparently a foreign concept to some quarterbacks on the roster) to rehabilitate from an injury to his ACL that stalled his 2013 season after just three starts."
- "Releasing Josh Gordon would be an emotional move by the Browns, but not a necessary one" (WKNR) - "Such a waste: Say goodbye to Josh Gordon, the most talented wide receiver in Browns history. His career with the Browns was hanging on a thread and Gordon willfully snipped that thread by excessive partying."
- "Can the Browns afford to keep working with Josh Gordon?" (WFNY) - "It seems Josh Gordon won’t be content until he’s out of the NFL. Maybe 'content' isn’t the right word as it appears that maybe Josh Gordon is perfectly content with his lot in life as a screw-up."
- "Report: NFL has 'zeroed in' on Pats employee of interest in Deflateglate" (CBS) - "According to FoxSports.com, the league has 'zeroed in' on a Patriots locker room attendant who had access to the game balls before New England played Indianapolis in the AFC Championship."
- "Goodell's history gives Sherman's conflict of interest claims weight" (SI.com) - "This isn't exactly news, but the NFL has a bit of a public relations problem these days. The league is still smarting from the ways in which the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson scandals were handled and mishandled..."
- "Charles Woodson, Raiders reach deal" (ESPN) - "Charles Woodson has agreed to a contract to return to the Oakland Raiders in 2015, the team announced Monday. The team announced the move on Twitter, including a picture of the veteran safety signing his contract."
- "The 10 Types Of NFL Quarterback" (538) - "This weekend, two perennial MVP candidates and two up-and-coming stars will be under center in NFL conference championship games. Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are the establishment..."