- "Haslam considered replacing Scheiner as Browns president in August" (WKNR) - "The tip-off that Scheiner was on his way out came in late summer when Jimmy Haslam met with former Indians president Mark Shapiro and, according to a source..."
- "Browns express interest in impending free agent Stefen Wisniewski" (ABJ) - "The Browns are in danger of losing three-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack once free agency kicks off at 4 p.m. Wednesday, so they’re exploring contingency plans in case they can’t retain him."
- "Browns don't figure to be big spenders despite mega-cap room" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns enter free agency with nearly $50 million in salary cap space. The question is, will they use it? According to figures provided by the NFL Players Association, the Browns carried over $20.7 million..."
- "Browns' Mitchell Schwartz has interest from Bucs, Giants, Vikings, Falcons" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns right tackle Mitchell Schwartz has drawn interest on the first day of the free agency negotiating period from the Bucs, Giants, Vikings and Falcons."
- "Washington Redskins release Robert Griffin III" (SI.com) - "The Washington Redskins have released quarterback Robert Griffin III, the team announced Monday. Griffin became expendable last season after coach Jay Gruden named Kirk Cousins Washington’s starting quarterback."
- "Byron Maxwell, Kiko Alonso to be traded to Dolphins" (NFL.com) - "The new Eagles personnel boss is the same as the old boss. And executive vice president Howie Roseman is already starting to move on from some of former coach Chip Kelly's personnel decisions."
- "An open memo to NFL teams before free agency: Don't waste your money" (CBS) - "Dear GMs of bad teams with oodles of cap space to spend: Don't do it. Don't allow yourselves to be manipulated. Don't try to throw empty dollars and hollow cap space at your problems."
- "NFL reduces Adam Jones fine to $12,500 through appeal process" (PFT) - "Veteran cornerback Adam Jones could be getting more money in the coming days. As he embarks on that process, he’ll have less money taken away from him by the league."