David Richard-US PRESSWIRE
- "Pat Shurmur bears responsibility for Browns’ sideline comedy of errors" (Beacon Journal) - "Josh Cribbs usually has never met a microphone he didn’t like. But after the Browns’ 25-15 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, the veteran receiver had nothing to say, even when chased down in the hallway."
- "Stunning flag stops Browns' rally vs. Ravens" (Canton Rep) - "Referee Jeff Triplette’s voice screeched like a two-ton piece of purple chalk on a 20-ton blackboard big enough to cover Lake Erie."
- "Joe Haden laments 'deflating' loss to Baltimore" (Plain Dealer) - "As the final seconds ticked away, a frustrated Joe Haden bolted for the locker room, running like a man who wanted to be anywhere else but at the scene of the Browns' latest loss to the Baltimore Ravens."
- "Weeden’s effort not good enough" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "It looked as though it might be a moment to remember for the Browns and quarterback Brandon Weeden. But in the end, it was just another Sunday to forget for both of them."
- "Doug Martin starting to do big things like fellow rookies Luck and RG3" (Yahoo! Sports) - "We've seen Robert Griffin III start to turn around a wayward franchise. We've seen Andrew Luck spark a dormant team. And we've even seen Ryan Tannehill and Russell Wilson ignite forlorn fan bases."
- "X-rays show no fracture to Griffin's ribs" (The Sports Xchange) - "X-rays of Robert Griffin III's injured ribs on Sunday were negative, indicating the Redskins rookie quarterback suffered no fractures, the Washington Post reported."
- "Sources: Sean Payton deal voided" (ESPN) - "Within the past year, the multiyear contract extension the Saints announced for Sean Payton in September 2011 was voided by the NFL, making the suspended head coach a free agent after this season and casting questions on how long he will remain in New Orleans, according to league sources."
- "NFL draft risers, sliders: Week 10" (SI.com) - "Several wide receivers have impressed NFL scouts and top the list of this week's NFL Draft risers. A pair of prospects in the secondary are also moving up draft boards around the league."