- "DeFilippo among 4 Browns assistants asked to stay; Jim O'Neil, Chris Tabor not included" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo is among four assistants the Browns have asked to stay if the new head coach wants them, a league source told cleveland.com."
- "Browns pause in search for next coach" (AP) - "The Browns' coaching search has gone strangely quiet. After interviewing seven candidates last week, the team did not conduct any meetings on Monday, a break that could indicate they have someone in mind to become their eighth coach since 1999."
- "While Browns change their approach again, one of their rivals sticks with a proven winner" (WKNR) - "Cooler heads: Their coach extended his playoff losing streak while seemingly losing control of players committing costly personal fouls at the end of a game."
- "Report: Browns didn't want to pay for coaches' Senior Bowl trip, SB tickets" (CBS) - "There are many underrated perks of being an NFL coach. Among them: as an NFL club employee you're getting two tickets to the Super Bowl and trips to Mobile, Alabama for the Senior Bowl."
- "No setback for Marshawn Lynch before missing wild-card win" (ESPN) - "Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Marshawn Lynch did not have a setback last week before he was ruled out of Seattle's wild-card win..."
- "Marvin Lewis: Vontaze Burfict 'didn't go over the edge'" (NFL.com) - "Coming out of Saturday night's epic meltdown against the Steelers, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis on Monday stuck up for the play of linebacker Vontaze Burfict and cornerback Adam Jones."
- "L.A. Committee considering Jerry Jones’ Rams-Chargers proposal" (PFT) - "Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has proposed a forced L.A. marriage of the Chargers and Rams. The other 31 owners could soon be voting on it."
- "After Wild-Card Weekend, There Is No Super Bowl Favorite" (538) - "Last year, we went into the playoffs with a pretty good idea of the Super Bowl favorites. This year, not so much. According to our Elo ratings, no team entered the 2015-16 postseason with better than a 20 percent shot..."