- "Cleveland Browns determined to sign Dwayne Bowe" (NFL.com) - "The Cleveland Browns are going hard after Dwayne Bowe. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Cleveland brought the veteran wide receiver in for a visit this weekend determined not to let him leave without a new deal."
- "John Hughes: Happy So Far With Quarterback Changes" (92.3) - "Browns defensive lineman John Hughes joined Anthony Lima on Saturday to talk football. Hughes reacted to the Browns quiet off-season, his recent contract extension and the pending jersey unveil."
- "On the Browns' investment in Johnny Manziel" (ESPN) - "The last portion of Johnny Manziel's $4.3-million signing bonus -- roughly $860,000 -- was scheduled to be paid this past week. Much of it was paid up front. This was the last 20 percent or so."
- "How Jordan Cameron signed with the Dolphins instead of the Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns thought they had a deal with their Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron Thursday night -- until news was leaked to the national media that they had already re-signed him and the deal blew up..."
- "How Urban Meyer helped turn high school QBs Joe Haden, Paul Kruger into star defenders" (Browns.com) - "You might need a calculator to add up all of Urban Meyer’s connections to the Cleveland Browns. Ohio State’s head football coach grew up in Ashtabula, Ohio..."
- "NFLPA to elect executive director on Sunday night" (PFT) - "For those media members covering the NFL who stayed up late multiple nights during the first wave of free agency, it’s time to wash the coffee pot."
- "How will moves during free agency impact the NFL draft?" (USA TODAY) - "The frenzied first week of free agency enabled plenty of NFL teams to reshape their rosters. But for others, it left some glaring vacancies that likely will have to be filled through the NFL draft in April."
- "Ravens sign safety Kendrick Lewis to three-year deal" (SI.com) - "The Baltimore Ravens signed former Houston Texans safety Kendrick Lewis to a three-year deal, the team announced on Saturday."