- Any more big moves coming in free agency? (Terry Pluto) - Scribbles in my Cleveland Browns notebook as they continue to sign players during NFL free-agency week.
- Larry Ogunjobi donating 100,000 meals to Greater Cleveland Food Bank (Beacon Journal) - Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi announced Friday on social media he’s donating 100,000 meals to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank in an effort to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In light of the current circumstances, many people across the world need our help, especially children. I am supporting my local community in Cleveland by donating 100,000 meals with @clefoodbank.— Larry Ogunjobi (@Mr_Ogunjobi) March 20, 2020
Please join me in lending a helping hand and support @feedingamerica. pic.twitter.com/lJYiUqUVEE
- Browns acquire Andy Janovich in trade with Broncos (clevelandbrowns.com) - The Browns on Friday acquired fullback Andy Janovich in a trade with the Broncos, filling a major need for an offense that is expected to need major contributions from the position. Cleveland sent Denver a 2021 seventh-round pick in the deal.
- Hooper, Conklin, Keenum join loaded offense (ESPN) - The new league year began on Wednesday, which meant free-agent signings can be made official after that. The first round of the 2020 NFL draft begins April 23. Here’s a breakdown of every 2020 NFL free-agent signing by the Cleveland Browns, and how each will impact the upcoming season.
- Falcons to sign running back Todd Gurley (atlantafalcons.com) - The Atlanta Falcons are preparing to sign former Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley, according to a report from ESPN insider Jordan Schultz.
- Who will replace Tom Brady in New England? (NFL.com) - Bill Belichick has been thinking about this moment for years, the moment he would continue on as New England Patriots coach without Tom Brady by his side. The surprise is that Belichick’s next move isn’t more obvious.
- Everson Griffen set to leave Vikings (CBS Sports) - After 10 years with the Minnesota Vikings, Everson Griffen is moving on. Almost a month after opting out of his contract with the team, the veteran pass rusher has cut off negotiations with Minnesota regarding a potential reunion, setting his sights instead on landing elsewhere in free agency.
- After signing a 5-year deal with the Saints, Andrus Peat hopeful to finish his career here (nola.com) - One of the many hypotheses concerning the New Orleans Saints offseason roster plans was that they would need to address the interior of the offensive line on account of what felt to be the nearly certain departure of free agent Andrus Peat. Friday, the team showed the value of assumptions when it announced Peat was returning to the team with a five-year contract extension.