- Talking Kareem Hunt, special teams (Terry Pluto) - Not long after the Browns signed Kareem Hunt, some people were wondering if this meant the Browns would trade Duke Johnson. After all, Hunt would give the Browns three established running backs, the others being Nick Chubb and Johnson. Oh, boy.
- 5 defensive end free agents to target (DPD) - Defensive end may not be the biggest need for the Cleveland Browns, but they could still make a splash this offseason by going after one of these five free agents.
- The AFC North is ripe for the taking (Browns Wire) - Is now the time for the Cleveland Browns to assume control of the AFC North? With recent developments and the current whirlwind that is the offseason, it certainly feels like it. Here, we will take a slightly humorous venture and look into why each team in the AFC North is going to falter and why Cleveland will come out on top.
- Kareem Hunt and Ray Rice: Why did just one get a second chance? (Baltimore Sun) - er since it was announced Monday that the Cleveland Browns signed former Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt to a one-year contract, some anger around town has resurfaced about the way former Ravens running back Ray Rice was treated for his domestic violence case nearly five years ago. Baltimore fans want to know why Hunt has already been given a possible second chance for an incident that is only several months old and Rice was never given another opportunity to play in the NFL.
- Colin Kaepernick won. Period. (The Undefeated) - Make no mistake: Colin Kaepernick won. Facing the most formidable foe of his career, Kaepernick stood his ground — and the NFL backed down. Although the terms of the league’s settlement with Kaepernick and Eric Reid — close friends and former San Francisco 49ers teammates who, in collusion grievances, alleged owners conspired to keep them unemployed because of their political activism — announced Friday are cloaked in a confidentially agreement, Kaepernick’s victory is as clear as his talent as a quarterback.
- Kliff Kingsbury Sees Josh Rosen As Someone To “Build With” (azcardinals.com) - Kliff Kingsbury echoed his general manager when it came to the idea of Kyler Murray speculation and the Arizona Cardinals – “It comes with the territory,” Kingsbury said – as the coach Friday morning continued to analyze Josh Rosen as his starter for 2019.
- Demaryius Thomas injured in single-car crash (si.com) - Free agent wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was taken to the hospital after a single-car crash that resulted in “minor injuries,” the Denver Police Department said in a statement.