- "Browns let Buster Skrine walk, banking on Justin Gilbert now" (ESPN) - "What Mike Pettine has said about Buster Skrine is accurate, and also the feeling among many inside the team facility. They wanted Skrine back."
- "Brian Hartline likes vision of coaching staff" (Morning Journal) - "Outside team headquarters, the Browns are regarded as a team with a record that speaks for itself, but inside the building, Coach Mike Pettine sells a vision of the future that players are buying."
- "Jabaal Sheard: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent OLB" (B/R) - "Jabaal Sheard made a successful transition to outside linebacker for the Cleveland Browns over the past two seasons."
- "NFL free agency gets off to fast start" (FSO) - "Fast. Furious. Stunning. Expensive. The NFL's league year opened at 4 p.m. ET Tuesday and several deals were ready. The Seattle Seahawks acquired Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham in a trade."
- "Visits tracker: Miami Dolphins to host Jordan Cameron" (NFL.com) - "Amidst all the free agency commotion -- blockbuster trades, high-priced signings, even a 26-year-old retiring -- players hitting the open market can now legally visit prospective teams."
- "Ravens trade defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to Lions" (AP) - "The Baltimore Ravens have traded nine-year defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to the Detroit Lions. The move, designed to create salary cap space, was announced by the team Tuesday. Details of the deal were not immediately available."
- "Bell: Chip Kelly continues with head-scratching moves" (USA TODAY) - "Maybe Chip Kelly will someday have the last laugh. That day was hardly Tuesday, when the Philadelphia Eagles coach popped the cork on the NFL's new year by springing the biggest stunner of all on a day of surprises."
- "Revis gets $39 million fully guaranteed" (PFT) - "Cornerback Darrelle Revis is going back to New York. And he’s getting paid nearly enough to buy a large apartment there. PFT has confirmed that Revis will receive $39 million fully guaranteed on a five-year, $70 million contract."