- "Ron Jaworski says Brandon Weeden 'does have a future' with the Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "Few outside the NFL coaching ranks devote more time to film study than ESPN’s Ron Jaworski. He was one of the first national analysts to cast doubt on the Browns' decision to name Brandon Weeden as their starter in the preseason."
- "The newest baddest Brown on special teams earns a longer look at cornerback" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The name’s the thing: Some young players try to make a name for themselves. Johnson Bademosi doesn’t have to worry about that. He has the name. BAD-e-mosi. Is there a better one for a defensive football player?"
- "Ward, Haden distribute turkeys" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Strong safety T.J. Ward and cornerback Joe Haden have teamed up to help the Cleveland Browns’ secondary since they were selected in the first two rounds of the 2010 NFL Draft. On Tuesday morning, they again teamed up, but this time, it was to fight hunger in the city of Cleveland."
- "Cleveland Browns' VP battling against cancer" (FS Ohio) - "The Cleveland Browns office of vice president Bryan Wiedmeier is never cluttered. A binder always sits within arm’s reach on his gleaming desk. That binder is Wiedmeier’s work, studied and distilled to its essence. Anyone who works with or for him asks a question and he’ll go to a tab and find the answer."
- "Steelers sign WR Plaxico Burress" (AP) - "Plaxico Burress is back where he once belonged. The Pittsburgh Steelers brought back the veteran wide receiver on Tuesday to provide depth at a position decimated by injuries while hoping there's enough gas left in the 35-year-old's tank to give the offense an added dimension near the goal line."
- "Ed Reed's suspension overturned" (ESPN) - "Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed avoided a one-game suspension for late hits after an appeal. He instead will be fined $50,000."
- "All signs point to Aaron Hernandez playing for the Pats on Thursday" (PFT) - "The silver lining to the snapped forearm suffered by Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski on Sunday is the fact that tight end Aaron Hernandez is close to returning from an ankle injury from which he previously returned too soon."
- "49ers' Harbaugh to have follow-up on heart issue" (AP) - "San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh had an appointment Tuesday for a follow-up evaluation with doctors after undergoing a minor procedure last Thursday for an irregular heartbeat."