- "Browns moving on without coordinator DeFilippo" (AP) - "During his introductory news conference this week, new Browns coach Hue Jackson made it clear he'll be heavily involved with Cleveland's offense. 'I love calling plays,' said Cincinnati's former coordinator. Bye-bye, John DeFilippo."
- "Browns have employed a staggering 134 coaches since 1999" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns coach Hue Jackson wisely retained Chris Tabor on Friday, keeping the special teams coordinator from joining a list of exes longer than any found in Kim Kardashian's little black book."
- "Browns head coach Hue Jackson plans on calling his own plays" (Morning Journal) - "The situations of Jackson and Shurmur are not an exact parallel because Jackson has head-coaching experience. He was 8-8 with the Oakland Raiders in 2011..."
- "How the current Browns roster fits Hue Jackson’s offense" (WFNY) - "The Cleveland Browns found their man on Wednesday, nabbing Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. The team quickly located their top candidate and secured his services by going all out to get their guy."
- "NFL on Packers-Cardinals coin toss flap: Ref didn't need to re-flip" (CBS) - "One of the oddest moments in the Packers-Cardinals game on Saturday came after regulation ended when referee Clete Blakeman called both teams out to midfield for the overtime coin toss."
- "Titans hire Mularkey, fill last coaching vacancy" (SI.com) - "The numbers certainly don’t jump off the page. Per Pro Football Reference, Mularkey’s 18–39 career record as a head coach represents the 10th-worst winning percentage..."
- "Infographic: Brady vs. Manning in playoffs" (ESPN) - "Peyton Manning and Tom Brady will now meet for the fifth time in the playoffs, more than any two quarterbacks in NFL history. Since they have split their four previous postseason head-to-head games..."
- "The Haters Are Losing The War On Kickers" (538) - "Over time, athletes get stronger and faster, come from a broader talent pool, are better trained, and benefit from ever-growing institutional knowledge of their chosen art."