- "Finally healthy, DT Ahtyba Rubin awaits free agency, Browns' plans" (ESPN) - "Ahtyba Rubin played 13 games last season, hitting the 100-game mark in Cleveland after seven years with the team, playing out his four-year, $26.5-million deal. He wasn't healthy for 13 games. Not even close."
- "Brady Quinn: Browns need to stick with a quarterback and allow him time to develop" (WKNR) - "Here we go again: Sixteen seasons. Seven head coaches. Fourteen offensive coordinators. Twenty-two starting quarterbacks. It’s not an inspiring record."
- "Cleveland Browns reportedly interested in tight end James Casey" (Morning Journal) - "The Browns, in an effort to bolster their run blocking and pass protection, are interested in free-agent tight end James Casey."
- "Goodell: 'I’m A Big Fan Of Jimmy Haslam And What He’s Doing'" (92.3) - "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has nothing but praise for Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam. While fans and media pile on Haslam and his perceived meddling ways that have resulted in constant turnover..."
- "Adrian Peterson's suspension vacated by judge" (CBS) - "A Minnesota judge has sided with the NFLPA in its case vs. the NFL over Adrian Peterson's suspension, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has confirmed."
- "NFL on Greg Hardy: He can’t be reinstated because he has yet to be disciplined" (PFT) - "Thursday’s ruling in the Adrian Peterson case regarding retroactive application of the new personal conduct policy presumably helps Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy."
- "Cowboys face delicate balance with Dez Bryant, franchise tag" (USA TODAY) - "Barring turbo-charged negotiations over the weekend that result in a long-term contract, Dez Bryant is destined to be designated by Monday's deadline as a franchise player by the Dallas Cowboys."
- "Jacksonville Jaguars release CB Will Blackmon" (NFL.com) - "The Jaguars are bidding farewell to cornerback Will Blackmon. The team on Thursday released the nine-year veteran, opening up $920,000 in cap room for a front office primed to be active on the open market come March 10."