- "The Cleveland Browns' Front Office Just Owned the Eagles" (numberFire) - "Everyone's been making fun of the Cleveland Browns' front office this offseason. Maybe that'll stop now. It's been rumored that the Eagles were planning to move up in next week's draft in order to snag the second pick..."
- "Cleveland jumpstarts rebuild with huge draft deal" (ESPN) - "This is an extensive haul for the Browns. It is roughly equivalent to what the Titans received for the first overall selection, after accounting for the difference in value between the first and second picks."
- "Eagles earn C+, Browns A- in trade for No. 2 overall pick" (PFF) - "Quarterbacks lead teams to make bold moves, and the Philadelphia Eagles put themselves into position to land one of the top two quarterbacks on the board — Cal’s Jared Goff or North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz."
- "Cameron Erving trying to replace Alex Mack at center" (Morning Journal) - "Other than Robert Griffin III, or whoever ultimately ends up starting at quarterback, the most important player on the Browns’ offensive roster might be … wait for it ... Cameron Erving."
- "Norman a free agent, Panthers rescind franchise tag offer" (AP) - "Josh Norman, one of the league's top corners, became an unrestricted free agent Wednesday after the Carolina Panthers surprisingly rescinded their non-exclusive franchise tag offer..."
- "Giants co-owner: NFL 'may be moving' towards eliminating kickoffs" (CBS) - "Giants co-owner and competition committee member John Mara thinks the NFL could eventually move towards eliminating kickoffs altogether due to the inherent safety concerns..."
- "Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson undergoes surgery" (NFL.com) - "Peterson suffered a right-ankle injury against the Bengals on Nov. 23, according to the Arizona Republic, and he underwent surgery earlier this week and might be able to participate at some point in organized team activities."
- "Trent Baalke calls report of friction with Chip Kelly 'total B.S.'" (PFT) - "On one hand, the denial is predictable and obvious. On the other hand, Baalke provided not a perfunctory refutation but a shout-from-the-rooftops rejection of the suggestion."