- "Browns already facing coaching questions, rumors for 2013" (Canton Rep) - "It’s open season on assigning head coaching jobs to teams that don’t even have openings. Yet. Weekend rumblings about Mike Holmgren landing in Dallas spilled into a Monday appearance by Holmgren in the Browns’ media room."
- "Browns WR Greg Little returns inspired after bye" (AP) - "During the Browns' much-needed bye last week, wide receiver Greg Little spent two hours having lunch in Miami with former NBA star Alonzo Mourning. The meal was fine. The message was far more satisfying."
- "As Cowboys prepare for Browns, owner Jerry Jones can’t resist praising Mike Holmgren" (Beacon Journal) - "The Browns are trying their best to prevent speculation about lame-duck president Mike Holmgren’s reported interest in coaching the Dallas Cowboys from becoming a distraction, but the storyline doesn’t appear to be fading."
- "First and 10: Comparing quarterback numbers" (FS Ohio) - "Trying to find 10 items with a team that really isn’t providing 10 items very easily … 1) I set out to prove that the Browns offense this season has improved with Brandon Weeden. To do so, it was time to check some numbers -- Weeden’s and Colt McCoy’s from 2011."
- "Roethlisberger has sprained shoulder" (AP) - "Ben Roethlisberger left Heinz Field on Monday night with his sprained right shoulder in a sling. When he walks back in ready to play is anybody's guess."
- "Falcons won't discuss warm-up talk" (ESPN) - "Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith will not address with his players accusations that Sean Weatherspoon and Jonathan Babineaux deliberately interfered with the New Orleans Saints' pregame warm-up routine Sunday, a source told ESPN."
- "Lots to like in Week 10, but one weird game stands above the rest" (SI.com) - "Tie Trivia as we wrap up another week in the playoff race to determine who'll square off in New Orleans."
- "Goodell concerned that HD is so good, there’s no need to buy tickets" (PFT) - "For tens of millions of Americans, there’s nothing better than spending 12 hours or so every Sunday sitting at home watching NFL games on TV. That’s great for the NFL’s bottom line."