- "Browns look like potential draft-day trade partner for Marcus Mariota" (CBS) - "Everyone believes Jameis Winston is going to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. The question is where Marcus Mariota, the wild card in this draft class in terms of projecting how the first round shakes out, ends up."
- "Did Browns offense improve with Jordan Cameron, Miles Austin gone?" (ESPN) - "Miles Austin signing a one-year deal with the Eagles symbolizes the Browns' slight offensive overhaul of playmakers. Approaching free agency, Austin seemed like a reasonable re-sign for the Browns. He wouldn't command major money, and he's dependable on third down."
- "Joe Thomas says Mike Pettine will make big strides in year 2" (Browns.com) - "Outside of an occasional University of Wisconsin basketball highlight, Joe Thomas hasn’t watched sports since the NFL playoffs concluded. He’s completely unplugged himself on his property in Wisconsin."
- "Browns Dwayne Bowe Says 'I Definitely Think I Can Be a No. 1'" (92.3) - "Browns wide receiver Dwayne Bowe joined Bull & Fox with Anthony Lima to talk about being the No. 1 offseason target for the Browns, his relationship with Ray Farmer and how he runs the organization..."
- "Matt Schaub, Baltimore Ravens strike one-year deal" (NFL.com) - "Matt Schaub is headed toward another fresh start. The Baltimore Ravens have signed the signal-caller to a one-year contract, the team announced Tuesday."
- "Buccaneers' GM calls Jameis Winston's Pro Day workout 'outstanding'" (SI.com) - "The 2015 NFL Draft is drawing closer and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are beginning to look in-depth at the two top quarterback prospects."
- "Patriots could be next team to be hammered by NFL" (USA TODAY) - "It's Hammer Time in the NFL. If you think the punishments revealed on Monday against the Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns and a couple of their high-ranking executives..."
- "June 1 free-agency deadline moved to May 12" (PFT) - "Years ago, June 1 had extreme significance on the NFL calendar. Teams looking to reduce the cap hit from cutting a veteran player would wait until June 1, resulting in half or more of the acceleration to hit the cap..."