- "Hue Jackson says Browns will take a quarterback in the draft" (OBR) - "It wasn’t a big surprise that there wasn’t a lot of breaking news coming out of Hue Jackson’s press conference at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, but there were a few nuggets that can be gleaned on..."
- "Travis Benjamin to test free agency after talks with Browns break down" (CBS) - "So much for the Browns and Travis Benjamin being "close" to agreeing on a new contract. Despite a previous report that indicated the two sides would work out a deal..."
- "Hue Jackson unconcerned if starters leave in free agency" (WKNR) - "Browns coach Hue Jackson is putting up a brave front about potentially losing four starting players to free agency. Wide receiver Travis Benjamin, safety Tashaun Gipson, right tackle Mitchell Schwartz and center Alex Mack..."
- "Cleveland Browns player pleads not guilty to drug charges" (AP) - "Cleveland Browns player Armonty Bryant has pleaded not guilty to felony drug possession charges. The 25-year-old Bryant and a former teammate, 23-year-old De'Ante Saunders, were arrested..."
- "Lions GM: I talked to Calvin Johnson, he didn’t tell me if he’s retiring" (PFT) - "New Lions General Manager Bob Quinn still doesn’t know if wide receiver Calvin Johnson will retire, and Quinn says he’s fine with Johnson taking his time."
- "Colin Kaepernick to be with 49ers on April 1, when salary guaranteed" (ESPN) - "San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said Wednesday that quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be on the team's roster on April 1, when his $11.9 million base salary for 2016 becomes fully guaranteed."
- "Panthers not worried about using tag on Josh Norman" (NFL.com) - "Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman won't shy away from wielding the franchise tag to ensure corner Josh Norman remains a Panther."
- "Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett: ‘Greg Hardy is a free agent’" (SI.com) - "Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett did not refer to defensive end Greg Hardy as a member of the team while addressing reporters on Wednesday."