- "Alex Mack: Cleveland Browns going in right direction" (NFL.com) - "Browns Pro Bowl center Alex Mack could very well be done in Cleveland, labeled by one area reporter as a 'lost cause' with a potential opt out looming this offseason."
- "Browns make a bold, risky hire with Andrew Berry, but who can even guess if it will work?" (Plain Dealer) - "Andrew Berry as the Browns' new vice president of player personnel? This is yet another move that very few people saw coming from the most unique front office in the NFL."
- "New bosses in Cleveland, Philly are a lot like the old boss: Joe Banner" (CBS) - "The Philadelphia Eagles are in the market for a faux general manager, while the Browns have already found one. The top of the football operations pyramid has already been established..."
- "Braxton Miller flashes big potential at relatively new position" (Browns.com) - "For all intents and purposes, Braxton Miller was in great shape entering his senior season. It just wasn’t wide receiver shape. The former Ohio State quarterback was 215 pounds..."
- "Al Jazeera, HGH and the NFL: Where Things Stand" (MMQB) - "A month after Al Jazeera aired its sports doping documentary "The Dark Side," its blizzard of allegations have yet to be cleared up. Among those named in the documentary..."
- "Thomas Davis: Forearm surgery included screws, metal plate" (ESPN) - "Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis said the surgery to repair his broken right forearm included 11 or 12 screws and a metal plate, but he 'fully expects' to play in Super Bowl 50."
- "Steelers want Le’Veon Bell for long run, not sure extension fits this year" (PFT) - "Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell missed the final eight games of the regular season and both postseason games because of a knee injury, which marked two straight years..."
- "The Super Bowl is already a drag for SF locals" (Sports On Earth) - "Two years ago, the Super Bowl host city rejected the Super Bowl. The NFL, when it hosted Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford, N.J., took a risk of blizzard, oppressive cold, or massive traffic nightmares."