- "Browns deny lying about Johnny Manziel's concussion" (AP) - "The Browns are defending their handling of Johnny Manziel's late-season concussion. The team issued a statement on Tuesday saying Manziel was diagnosed with a concussion on Dec. 30 by an independent neurologist..."
- "Joe Haden gave up a near perfect passer rating in 2015" (WFNY) - "Not everyone in the world loves the work of Pro Football Focus and I’m guessing you can now add Joe Haden to that list. Or maybe Haden’s already put an injury-riddled 2015 in the rearview mirror."
- "Browns hiring Hue Jackson is only about race to win" (Plain Dealer) - "When Hue Jackson's name came up as a candidate to coach the Browns, most fans liked the idea. It seemed Jackson was the most attractive candidate of any of those available in the off-season."
- "Dave Boucher Of The Tennessean Talks Pilot Flying J Indictments" (92.3) - "Dave Boucher of The Tennessean joined Bull and Fox (with Anthony Lima) to talk the newest federal indictments handed down to senior employees of Pilot Flying J."
- "Titans cut safety Michael Griffin after nine seasons" (NFL.com) - "After nine seasons in Tennessee, Michael Griffin was cut Tuesday, the Titans announced. A first-round selection out of Texas in 2007, Griffin played 141 games in a Titans jersey."
- "Here's why Peyton Manning has until March 9 to decide if he's retiring" (CBS) - "Peyton Manning may be more interested in drinking beer than talking about his future, but some day soon he'll need to let the rest of us know if he'll retire or try to play again in 2016."
- "Von Miller: I want to stay with the Broncos for years, but money talks" (SI.com) - "While a guest on The Ellen Show on Tuesday, Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller spoke about how he wants to stay with the Broncos organization, but money will be a factor in his decision."
- "New NFL policy requires prospects to authorize background checks" (PFT) - "Before the NFL can determine whether draft prospects should be barred from the Scouting Combine or other league-related draft events for certain criminal offenses..."