Profootballtalk.com reports the Browns have "yanked" their offer to free agent RT Mitchell Schwartz.
ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling has heard Minnesota is "not in the market" for free agent RT Mitchell Schwartz.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports free agent RT Mitchell Schwartz has drawn interest from the Buccaneers, Giants, Vikings, and Falcons during the negotiating period.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports impending free agent RT Mitchell Schwartz "appears headed for free agency at this point."
Initial negotiations between the Browns and impending free agent RT Mitchell Schwartz reportedly "did not go well."
The Browns' staff believes RT Mitchell Schwartz will "excel" in new OC Kyle Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme.
Browns OL Mitchell Schwartz hopes to remain at right tackle.
Coach Mike Pettine says the Browns could move RT Mitchell Schwartz to guard.
The Akron Beacon-Journal indicates Browns RT Mitchell Schwartz could face competition for his job.
Browns No. 37 overall pick Mitchell Schwartz appears to have secured the starting right tackle job.
Browns signed rookie RT Mitchell Schwartz, the No. 37 overall pick, to a four-year contract.
Browns selected California RT Mitchell Schwartz with the No. 37 overall pick in the 2012 draft.