- "TextGate punishment allows Browns to exhale, move forward" (FSO) - "Monday's NFL ruling means the Cleveland Browns can close the door on TextGate, and that's good for an organization with a history of dealing with unnecessary messes. In this case, the Browns can be thankful the punishment..."
- "With a month to go, Browns appear leaning to not trading up for Marcus Mariota" (WKNR) - "Beware of trading up: We’re one month away from the April 30 NFL draft, and never has a Browns trade-up for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota seemed less likely."
- "Brian Hartline attends A Prom To Remember" (Browns.com) - "He doesn’t even have his locker yet with the Browns, but that didn’t stop new wide receiver Brian Hartline from jumping straight into the Cleveland community and participating in Saturday night’s A Prom To Remember."
- "Casserly on Browns' consequences: 'It's a fair decision'" (NFL.com) - "NFL Media's Charley Casserly reacts to the NFL's decision to fine the Cleveland Browns $250,000 and suspend Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer for four games..." - VIDEO
- "NFL takes draft pick from Falcons over fake crowd noise" (SI.com) - "The National Football League suspended Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay from the league’s competition committee and stripped a 2016 fifth-round draft pick from the team for using pre-recorded crowd noise at home games..."
- "Miles Austin agrees to one-year contract with Eagles" (NFL.com) - "Chip Kelly is adding another wideout to his receiving corps. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the wide receiver has agreed to a one-year deal worth $2.3 million in base salary with the Philadelphia Eagles..."
- "Demaryius Thomas says he'll skip offseason workouts" (AP) - "Peyton Manning will have to do without his top target this offseason unless the Denver Broncos reach an agreement with Demaryius Thomas on a long-term contract."
- "Why expanded playoffs are on hold" (ESPN) - "Commissioner Roger Goodell and team owners wrapped up their annual meetings quickly Wednesday morning, but they left plenty of decisions to be made at the spring meeting in San Francisco in May."