- "Josh Gordon fact checks 'rock bottom' story about Josh Gordon" (WFNY) - "Truth is stranger than fiction, especially when the truth might actually be fiction. What does any of this mean? The Cleveland Browns are the only team in town that can elicit this kind of conversation on a weekly basis."
- "Donte Whitner wants Justin Gilbert to man-up on his own" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns safety Donte Whitner made it clear Monday night that cornerback Justin Gilbert needs to find it within himself to become a professional."
- "Sashi Brown takes listeners inside Browns war room" (Browns.com) - "What Brown said at the top of his interview became a reality when 4 p.m. came and went without the Browns utilizing the franchise tag on one of their prospective free agents."
- "Recent history of bad first round picks" (DPD) - "March is upon us which means we are one month closer to the much anticipated 2016 NFL Draft. With the second pick, the Cleveland Browns have a chance to right the wrongs of the past and select a player who can help turn the team into a winner."
- "NFL teams use nine franchise tags, one transition tag" (PFT) - "Nine teams used the franchise tag this year, up from five last year, and Broncos linebacker Von Miller became the first player to receive the exclusive version of the tag since Saints quarterback Drew Brees in 2012."
- "Mario Williams released by Bills after four seasons" (NFL.com) - "Mario Williams' time in Buffalo has ended. The Bills announced on Tuesday that they have released the linebacker. The move was expected after a down season..."
- "Eagles, Sam Bradford strike two-year deal worth $26M guaranteed" (ESPN) - "The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to a two-year contract with quarterback Sam Bradford, keeping Bradford off the free-agent market without using the franchise tag."
- "Steelers' Le'Veon Bell finally cleared to run after MCL injury" (CBS) - "For the first time since November, Le'Veon Bell is back up and running again, which is obviously a good sign considering Bell's job as the Steelers' running back is to, you know, run with the football."