- "NFL continues its investigation of Johnny Manziel" (ESPN) - "The NFL continues to investigate what happened the night of Jan. 29 and the morning of Jan. 30 with Johnny Manziel. The league hired former New York district attorney Lisa Friel as a senior adviser in September, 2014..."
- "Ken Kovash promoted to help Andrew Berry run scouting department" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns former director of football research Ken Kovash has been promoted by the team and will work alongside Andrew Berry in helping to run the scouting department, a league source cleveland.com."
- "Hue Jackson’s coaching staff loaded with experience, Super Bowl history" (Browns.com) - "In the month since he took over as Browns head coach, Hue Jackson has hired 19 coaches to fill out his staffs on offense, defense and special teams."
- "Haslam could still be indicted in Pilot Flying J scandal" (PFT) - "After Pilot Flying J agreed to pay nearly $100 million in fines as a result of the fuel-rebate scandal, most assumed CEO and Browns owner Jimmy Haslam would not face prosecution."
- "Oakland Raiders to remain at O.co Coliseum in 2016" (NFL.com) - "The Oakland Raiders announced Thursday they have reached a one-year agreement to continue playing at O.co Coliseum for the 2016 season."
- "Vontaze Burfict's suspension upheld; LB met with commissioner" (ESPN) - "Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict's three-game suspension was upheld by appeals officer Derrick Brooks, sources tell ESPN's Dan Graziano."
- "Groundskeeper: Levi's Stadium turf 'second-best' in Super Bowl history" (CBS) - "Levi's Stadium might be a state-of-the-art facility, but it has had repeated issues with its turf. During the inaugural season in 2014, the 49ers replaced the sod five times."
- "Stedman Bailey discusses NFL return after being shot in the head" (USA TODAY) - "Doctors have advised Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey to forgo an NFL comeback, recommendations Bailey said he intends to ignore..."