The Washington Post reports the Browns are "hopeful" they'll come away with either Sam Bradford or Marcus Mariota on Thursday.
Appearing on Sirius NFL Radio, FOX Sports Ohio's Zach Jackson said he would "not rule out" the Browns trading for Sam Bradford.
According to SI.com's Peter King, the Browns believe they have a "good chance" to acquire Sam Bradford from the Eagles.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer hears the Browns would still like to acquire Sam Bradford, but notes it's "not likely to happen."
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Eagles acquired Sam Bradford "to be their [quarterback]," not as "trade pawn."
NJ.com's Mark Eckel passes along a "rumor making its rounds in NFL personnel meetings" of the Eagles trading Sam Bradford to the Browns for the No. 19 overall pick in the draft.
A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootballtalk the Eagles have engaged in "no meaningful talks" regarding Sam Bradford's contract.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sam Bradford contemplated quitting football after his 2014 ACL tear.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot believes the Browns are not done upgrading at quarterback, and expects the team to target either Oregon QB Marcus Mariota or current Eagles QB Sam Bradford.
Owner Jeffery Lurie said the Eagles evaluated Sam Bradford in 2010 as the "best young quarterback we'd seen...probably since Peyton Manning coming out of college."
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio confirms the Browns offered the Rams a first-round pick for Sam Bradford.
ESPN's Adam Caplan confirms the Browns offered a first-round pick for Sam Bradford.
NFL Network's Charley Casserly reports the Browns offered a first-round pick for Sam Bradford.
Sam Bradford (ACL) is meeting with Eagles brass on Monday to "get on a new rehab track."