- "Browns very quiet so far in free agency" (AP) - "On the second day of free agency, the Browns remained bystanders. Curious bystanders. While there wasn't the same frenzy as a day earlier when NFL free agency opened with a frenetic flurry of activity..."
- "Browns' exploration of Sam Bradford trade gained little traction" (ESPN) - "Chip Kelly executed one of his finest misdirection plays at his Wednesday press conference in Philadelphia by saying he just got offered a first-round pick for his newly acquired quarterback, Sam Bradford."
- "Amidst historic trades, Browns were maybe too quiet" (WFNY) - "I was good with the idea that the Cleveland Browns were going to be quiet on the opening day of free agency. I spoke about balancing a team’s need and free cap space with an efficient building of the team."
- "Kosar Tired Of Talking About Browns Troubles, Says You Don’t Build A Team Through Free Agency" (92.3) - "It’s tough being a Cleveland Browns fan. No one knows that more than former quarterback Bernie Kosar, who is beloved by fans to this day partially because he is the last link to when the franchise was actually worth watching on Sundays over 20 years ago."
- "Details of Suh's record contract and how it will alter the NFL landscape" (CBS) - "Ndamukong Suh became the NFL's highest paid non-quarterback (using average yearly salary) by signing a six-year, $114.375 million contract..."
- "Revis knows how to get paid" (Sports on Earth) - "Darrelle Revis doesn't play in a system, Darrelle Revis plays the system. That's exactly what happened on Tuesday when Revis signed a five-year, $70 million contract with the New York Jets, with $39 million guaranteed..."
- "Bears commit to Jay Cutler as starting quarterback" (USA TODAY) - "It took a while, but Jay Cutler finally has his commitment. Although Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox declined to name Cutler the team's starting quarterback last month..."
- "Eagles to host DeMarco Murray on Thursday" (PFT) - "DeMarco Murray is making a free agent visit. And he’s making that visit to Philadelphia. The Eagles will meet with Murray on Thursday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports."