- "Browns will still try to trade for Jimmy Garoppolo" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns will still try to trade for Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, league sources tell cleveland.com, and they now have an extra second-round pick in 2018 to pull it off."
- "What to make of the unprecedented Osweiler trade" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans completed a stunning trade Thursday, and it might be one of the rare moves in which both teams win."
- "Browns claim Marcus Martin via waivers" (PFT) - "The Browns claimed center Marcus Martin via waivers from the 49ers on Wednesday. Martin was a third-round pick in 2014 who’s made 22 career starts."
- "Kenny Britt Heading to the Browns Is a Smarter Move Than You Think" (numberFire) - "This is going to be viewed as a disappointment to some because it’s not Terrelle Pryor, who just had a breakout season of his own with the Browns."
- "Even With Britt, Pryor Could Return" (OBR) - "Pryor is reportedly going to visit Washington which is a sign that his market did not develop as he expected. So how could it work?"
- "Cowboys now expected to trade Tony Romo" (ESPN) - "Tony Romo is now expected to be traded rather than released by the Dallas Cowboys, with both the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans being potential trade partners, according to league sources."
- "The Redskins just fired their general manager on the first day of free agency" (CBS) - "The question of who’s in charge of the Redskins front office finally has an answer, and it’s not general manager Scot McCloughan, because he has been fired."
- "Barkevious Mingo will sign one-year deal with Colts" (PFT) - "A first-round pick of the Browns in 2013, Mingo was traded to the Patriots last summer and played as a special teamer and situational pass rusher for the Super Bowl champions last season."
- "Roundup: Terrelle Pryor visiting with Redskins" (NFL.com) - "The Browns and Terrelle Pryor seem to be growing more distant by the hour, and just after the start of the new league year, the wideout set his first visit outside of Berea."