- What is the Browns approach to the offseason? (Terry Pluto) - Most Browns fans assume the team will add tackles (more than one) to the offensive line. Common sense dictates this part of the team urgently needs an upgrade. If you like analytics, the numbers favor signing the right type of offensive linemen.
- Trent Williams Is Available. Should The Cleveland Browns Trade For Him? (Forbes) - Trent Williams has been on the Browns’ radar for at least the last year, dating back to when John Dorsey was still in charge. The biggest question, aside from what teams interest Williams, is what Washington will want for him.
- Kansas OT Hakeem Adeniji is a solid later-round prospect for the Browns (Browns Wire) - The Cleveland Browns were one of over 20 NFL teams to make the trip to Lawrence for the Kansas Jayhawks prospect pro day. And while there were other players on display, the primary attraction for the Browns was offensive tackle Hakeem Adeniji.
- Jason Peters to Browns in free agency? Why it makes sense (nj.com) - After 11 seasons in Philadelphia, Jason Peters could land in Cleveland this offseason. The Browns’ interest in the 38-year-old lineman makes sense, as the Browns have struggled to protect quarterback Baker Mayfield during his first two seasons in the league.
- How NFL players are thinking about life after football (ESPN) - It’s mid-afternoon, and Kyle Long has everything and nothing to do. He plays video games well into the night and wakes up whenever he wants. He went off-roading in the desert south of Las Vegas recently, unfettered by contract restrictions. He has lost 50 pounds. Retiring from the NFL at 31, Long says, was a great decision. He has his whole life ahead of him.
- Falcons GM on 1st-rd trading: Never count us out (NFL.com) - Around this time of year in the NFL with the draft looming, rumors and false information swirl and an abundance of talk of trading up and down reigns. Add the Falcons to the cavalcade of teams who might be looking to move and shake in the 2020 NFL Draft.
- Some NFL owners hope new CBA doesn’t pass with eye toward 18-game season (CBS Sports) - The NFL collective bargaining agreement is in the hands of the players, even though some NFL owners may not be on board with the new rules. Per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, some NFL owners hope the proposed CBA doesn’t pass because they believe a better deal can be reached, with an 18-game regular season the highlight of a revised plan.
- 5 teams poised to spend big in free agency (SI.com) - With cap space and a willingness to use it, which teams are going to be making headlines most often when free agency begins?