- "Source: Browns discuss trade for No. 2 pick, covet Marcus Mariota" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns have discussed trading with the Tennessee Titans to move up to the second spot in the NFL draft so the Browns can take quarterback Marcus Mariota, a source familiar with the discussions said Wednesday."
- "Farmer: No serious talks about moving up to No. 2" (NFL.com) - "Despite whispers of the Browns angling to trade up for Tennessee's No. 2 overall pick in the draft, Cleveland team brass insist that no formal discussions have taken place."
- "With uncertainty surrounding Tashaun Gipson would Browns draft a safety?" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns coach Mike Pettine loves defensive backs and he's not afraid to cover the field with them. He would deploy six, sometimes seven DBs on the field for a play. It only seemed like more to the opposition."
- "Crowell and West both planning on 1,000 yards" (FSO) - "While some running back competitions can become contentious, the battle for playing time between second-year backs Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West will make both players better, according to Crowell."
- "Buccaneers expected to use No. 1 overall pick on quarterback" (AP) - "Selecting a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback won't end the debate about who the Tampa Bay Buccaneers should take with the first overall pick in the NFL draft."
- "Former Chip Kelly assistant: I think he’s still trying to get Marcus Mariota" (PFT) - "One coach who knows Chip Kelly well believes the Eagles are still in pursuit of Marcus Mariota. Nick Aliotti, who worked with Kelly for six years..."
- "Jerry Jones says there's a good chance Cowboys trade out of pick" (CBS) - "Our Jason La Canfora reported on Tuesday that the Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins and Tennesee Titans are all very open to moving down in tomorrow's draft."
- "Adrian Peterson says 'it would be nice' to come to Dallas" (FTW) - "Hard as it is to believe, Adrian Peterson is still a member of the Minnesota Vikings. The 30-year-old running back has made clear his displeasure with the front office of the team this offseason."