Citing a source, the Boston Herald reports the Browns have contacted the Patriots -- again -- regarding the trade availability of Ryan Mallett.
Sources tell the Boston Globe that the odds are slightly in favor of the Patriots trading QB Ryan Mallett.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Patriots won't trade Ryan Mallett for less than a first-round pick, or "maybe" a second.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer says that "some still think" the Browns will make another pitch for Ryan Mallett.
ESPN Cleveland believes a Ryan Mallett to Browns trade is still a possibility.
The Boston Herald considers a Ryan Mallett trade unlikely at this point.
One league source told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he expects the Browns to pursue a trade for Ryan Mallett.
ESPN's Mike Reiss sees the Browns as the only possible trade partner for Ryan Mallett.
XTRA 910 Arizona's Mike Jurecki reports the Cardinals won't pursue Ryan Mallett.
According to the Boston Herald, the Patriots are not "actively shopping" QB Ryan Mallett.
According to the Boston Globe's Greg Bedard, the Patriots would not be willing to accept anything less than a second-round pick for Ryan Mallett.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Patriots are expected to "entertain offers" for Ryan Mallett on the heels of Tom Brady's contract extension.
ESPN Cleveland believes it's "still not out of the question" that the Browns pursue New England's Ryan Mallett.
ESPN's Adam Schefter's "sense" is that the Patriots believe in Ryan Mallett "more than other teams do right now."