- "Ray Farmer must find a QB, whether it's Johnny Manziel or someone else" (Morning Journal) - "Johnny Manziel’s decision to check into a rehab facility, if his stay is successful, increases his chances of reaching his 30th birthday in eight years. But it should not affect the Browns’ plans at quarterback."
- "Browns 'muddy' quarterback situation extends to the coaching" (WKNR) - "Get it right: The most under-coached position in the NFL is quarterback. Gary Danielson said that to me 29 years ago. It’s still true today. Quarterbacks need so much coaching for a variety of reasons."
- "Grading the Browns' 2014 free agent signings" (ESPN) - "Despite a disastrous past six weeks for the Cleveland Browns, March could be kinder to the franchise. General manager Ray Farmer, for all his text-messaging problems and potential bust picks on two first-rounders in the same draft..."
- "The Browns Want Brian Hoyer Back At The Browns’ Price" (92.3) - "Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss what he heard from Brian Hoyer during the media’s time with him on Saturday, if he could come back to Cleveland and if he even wants to..."
- "No Tannehill talks, yet" (PFT) - "Every member of the quarterback class of 2012 has become eligible to do a second contract. With much of the speculation centering on Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck, David Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel has thrown another name into the mix: Ryan Tannehill."
- "Seattle Seahawks promote Kris Richard to DC" (NFL.com) - "When Dan Quinn agreed to become the next head coach of the Atlanta Falcons last month, defensive backs coach Kris Richard emerged as the favorite for Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator duties."
- "Cris Carter: If Jerry Rice used stickum, he cheated" (CBS) - "Jerry Rice might want to get his PR team together before he says or tweets anything else because he seems to be digging himself into a deeper hole by the day."
- "Breaking down every NFL team's offseason by division" (USA TODAY) - "With Super Bowl XLIX receding into the rearview mirror, that can only mean free agency and the draft aren't far around the corner. What issues face your favorite NFL team as the offseason begins?"