- Which play was Jarvis Landry’s best in 2020? (clevelandbrowns.com) - Jarvis Landry brought the juice every week in 2020 and really turned up the production when the Browns needed him most.
- How can the Browns go big? Let us count the ways ... (Browns Zone) - In honor of Super Bowl LV (that’s 55, for all you Roman Numeral illiterates, of which I am a proud card-carrying member), here are 55 reasons why the Browns will be playing in Super Bowl 56 (aka. “LVI”):
- David Njoku has ‘no comment’ on whether he believes he’s with right team (Beacon Journal) - David Njoku considers the fellow tight ends the Browns acquired last year close friends, but the arrival of Austin Hooper and Harrison Bryant also foreshadowed fewer opportunities for him. Now Njoku still isn’t convinced the Browns are the right team for him, even though he loved experiencing the playoffs with them last month for the first time in his career.
- Browns need to say no to the Richard Sherman rumors (Browns Wire) - There has been a rash of speculation connecting the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman. The five-time Pro Bowler is scheduled to be a free agent, and there is a zealous movement to try and get Sherman to come to the Browns.
- Eagles expected to trade QB Carson Wentz soon (ESPN) - The Philadelphia Eagles are expected to trade Carson Wentz in the coming days in what would be the latest blockbuster quarterback deal to rock the NFL, league sources told ESPN.
- Packers hiring Rams assistant Joe Barry as defensive coordinator (NFL.com) - Green Bay has found its newest defensive coordinator. The Packers are hiring Los Angeles Rams assistant head coach/linebackers coach Joe Barry as their defensive coordinator, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Saturday via an informed source.
- At the Super Bowl, Antonio Brown Tries to Move On. Many Cannot. (New York Times) - The Buccaneers receiver has been one of the most electrifying players in the N.F.L., but he is facing accusations of sexual assault and harassment.
- Long-time NFL.com writer and podcaster Chris Wesseling passes away from cancer (Awful Announcing) - Wesseling had been with NFL Media since 2013, and was a key figure in the Around The NFL written content and podcasts.