- "Hartline could decide between Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears within 24 hours" (Plain Dealer) - "Receiver Brian Hartline enjoyed his visit with the Browns Tuesday, but he'll spend time with the Bears today before making his decision, a league source told Northeast Ohio Media Group."
- "Browns' needs on offense stand out as free agency looms" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns have plenty of needs to fill on the offensive side of the ball at the start of free agency. The list of gaps is eyebrow-raising, even to a team that doesn’t have to line up and play for six months."
- "Coming Up Short" (The Players' Tribune) - "I cry before every game. It’s so bad sometimes I need smelling salts and a towel just to regroup and go out and play — I get that emotional. My teammates are always clowning..."
- "Life as an Unglamorous Free Agent in the NFL" (B/R) - "By the end of the second week of March 2006, I was tired of lifting in public gyms and running on muddy grass fields at junior high schools in Northern Virginia. I wanted a phone call, a visit and eventually a new deal to keep playing ball."
- "Adrian Peterson suggests concerns linger after Wednesday meeting" (PFT) - "In the wake of his four-hour meeting with Vikings coach Mike Zimmer and G.M. Rick Spielman, running back Adrian Peterson has issued a statement that suggests his concerns were not resolved during the get-together."
- "Teams interested in winning should not sign Ndamukong Suh" (USA TODAY) - "The deadline for NFL teams to use the franchise tag has come and gone, and the Lions have yet to come to an agreement with free agent DT Ndamukong Suh."
- "Jaworski: I wouldn't take Jameis Winston with No. 1 pick" (CBS) - "Twelve months ago, ESPN analyst and former NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski said he wouldn't take Johnny Manziel 'in the first three rounds.' The Browns ended up drafting Manziel 22nd overall."
- "Manning can get lost $4M back with Super Bowl win" (NFL.com) - "Peyton Manning agreed to a $4 million pay cut to set up his return to the Broncos in 2015. That doesn't mean the quarterback can't get that money back."