- 7 Browns contracts Andrew Berry might want off the books in 2020 (cleveland.com) - It’s officially salary dumping season in the NFL. As Andrew Berry looks over the Browns contracts he inherited, he could decide to create more salary cap space as well.
- Let’s talk about Cleveland Browns, Myles Garrett, Joe Schobert, front office decisions (Terry Pluto) - My guess is Myles Garrett agreed to talk to ESPN because he thought it was a way for fans to get to know him as something more than the guy who bashed Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with a helmet.
- NFL Denies Myles Garrett’s Claim That Mason Rudolph Slur Audio Is Being Withheld (Bleacher Report) - The NFL denied Saturday that it possesses any evidence of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph using a racial slur toward Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett during a Week 11 game last season.
- ECU corners coach Brandon Lynch leaving for NFL job (247Sports) - Just when it appeared East Carolina’s coaching staff was complete, the Pirates will have to do some more reshuffling following the departure of another coach. Cornerbacks coach Brandon Lynch, who was set to enter his fourth year in the program, has accepted a job with the Cleveland Browns as an assistant defensive backs coach, multiple sources tell Hoist The Colours.
- Ron Rivera’s yard sale of Panthers items raises over $30K for charity (ESPN) - Twenty-four hours after new Washington Redskins coach Ron Rivera unloaded Pro Bowl cornerback Josh Norman from his roster, he unloaded more than 1,000 items he accumulated in nine seasons with the Carolina Panthers. Only this time it was for charity.
- Cardinals want to see Patrick Peterson finish career as a Cardinal (arizonasports.com) - With the Arizona Cardinals well into the offseason, the talks of contract decisions and extensions are starting to heat up. One of those discussions is around veteran cornerback Patrick Peterson, who is set to become a free agent after the 2020 season.
- One player for each team to watch at the Combine (NFL.com) - The 2020 NFL Scouting Combine is quickly approaching, so NFL.com analyst and former NFL general manager Charley Casserly identifies one player for each franchise to keep close tabs on in Indianapolis.
- Can Saquon Barkley rescue expensive NFL running backs in 2020? (NY Daily News) - Saquon Barkley’s second NFL contract will move toward the front burner for the Giants and their dynamic running back this time next year.