- "Browns draft board set as leadership group prepares for all scenarios" (Browns.com) - "The NFL Draft is right around the corner and the Browns are duly ready. Executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown said Cleveland’s draft board is officially set in preparation for Thursday night."
- "That's so Browns: Tom Brady's return will be in Cleveland" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns get very few breaks. Not even from the schedule maker or computer or whoever or whatever it was that determined the 2016 NFL schedule."
- "Browns can't draft Cardale Jones: He could handle it, Cleveland could not" (Plain Dealer) - "Not because of anything he has done wrong or will do wrong. But because he's a story - a story beyond the field. Jones could handle Cleveland. Cleveland could not handle Jones."
- "Scott Petrak: Trading Back Seems Likely; Where QB Paxton Lynch Could Go" (92.3) - "Tom Brady’s 4-game suspension being reinstated and will end just as New England will play the Browns, the feeling going into the draft as the Browns sit at number 8..."
- "Agent: Sam Bradford wants to be where 'he's the man'" (NFL.com) - "If you had any doubts Sam Bradford truly wants out of Philadelphia, you can let go of them now. Bradford's agent, Tom Condon, confirmed Monday night that his client will sit out voluntary workouts..."
- "Settlement of Tom Brady case remains unlikely" (PFT) - "Lawsuits can settle at any time and at any stage. Even now, with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the NFL Players Association running out of options, the union and the league can work out an agreement to resolve the situation."
- "Brian Hoyer makes sense for Patriots now that Tom Brady is suspended" (CBS) - "In the hours since an appeals court reinstated Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate, conventional wisdom was that backup Jimmy Garoppolo would be the next in line."
- "Media Circus: How ESPN and NFL Network will cover NFL draft" (SI.com) - "ESPN senior coordinating producer Seth Markman knew halfway through the first round of last year’s NFL draft that analyst Louis Riddick would be getting a major promotion in 2016."