- "Browns strongly considering Mitch Trubisky No. 1 overall, sources say" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns are strongly considering drafting hometown boy Mitch Trubisky No. 1 overall, league sources tell cleveland.com. Trubisky, the Mentor, Ohio, native, checked off one of Hue Jackson's major boxes..."
- "Hue Jackson plans to interview Mitch Trubisky, other top quarterbacks at Combine" (MJ) - "Jackson stepped to the podium to address the media. Naturally, because they pertained to the Browns’ dire situation, most of the questions for Jackson were about quarterbacks."
- "Toledo RB Kareem Hunt entertains prospect of playing for hometown Browns" (Browns.com) - "So it’s easy to understand why Hunt has enlisted the help of one of the Browns’ best in Earnest Byner, who played seven seasons in Cleveland and worked with Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson Jr. this past year."
- "2017 Free Agency Preview: Cleveland Browns" (PFF) - "The Cleveland Browns have the most cap space in NFL history to sign the best free agents this offseason, but considering their approach last year and the relative weakness in this year’s class, it’s uncertain how they’ll attack the available players."
- "Silver: Will Browns make bold trade to secure strong QB?" (NFL.com) - "NFL Network's Mike Silver joins ‘Up to the Minute’ from the NFL Combine to discuss cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson's press conference and the Browns' QB strategy at the 2017 NFL Draft." - VIDEO
- "Jets continue veteran purge, plan to release Brandon Marshall" (ESPN) - "Continuing their roster purge, the New York Jets intend to release wide receiver Brandon Marshall, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Thursday night."
- "Bengals reportedly want at least a second-round pick for A.J. McCarron" (PFT) - "The Bengals have said they value quarterback A.J. McCarron ‘quite a bit.’ Apparently, ‘quite a bit’ has a number."
- "NFLPA suggests league ban leaping over line" (NFL.com) - "The rules of the professional game stipulate that a player cannot be used as leverage when trying to vault over opponents to block a field goal."