- "Injuries taking an early toll in Cleveland" (FS Ohio) - "The challenge for Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur this week: Getting a team to gel when much of it is missing. Monday, several starters were missing on both sides of the ball -- with two other significant contributors also MIA."
- "Massaquoi says he never had concussion symptoms after hit Friday" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Browns receiver Mohamed Massaquoi said this morning he didn’t suffer any concussion symptoms after taking a shot to the head Friday on the first offensive play of the preseason. He was removed from the game and taken to the locker room for the rest of the night."
- "LeCharles Bentley reaches closure on his Browns career" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Settling their differences: A few months ago, before he agreed to sell the Browns to Jimmy Haslam, Randy Lerner and former center LeCharles Bentley sat in a conference room together and arrived at a preliminary settlement of Bentley’s lawsuit against the team."
- "Josh Cribbs confident he's more than a special-teamer who plays receiver" (Plain Dealer) - "Josh Cribbs has been fighting for respect as a receiver the past three seasons. So when Browns coach Pat Shurmur said of him early in camp that 'he's a special-teams player who plays receiver,' Cribbs disagreed."
- "Mike Wallace to return by Week 1" (ESPN) - "Mike Wallace has been absent so far from the Pittsburgh Steelers' training camp but he's expected to return by the time games count."
- "Bears LB Urlacher has knee surgery" (AP) - "The Chicago Bears say Pro Bowl linebacker Brian Urlacher has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his left knee and still hopes to be ready for the season opener."
- "Fla. police release 911 call in Chad Johnson case" (AP) - "A neighbor calmly talked to a 911 dispatcher while reality TV star Evelyn Lozada sat bleeding from the head following a domestic incident with her husband, former Miami Dolphin wide receiver Chad Johnson."
- "Report: Cardinals consider Skelton the favorite to beat out Kolb" (PFT) - "Kevin Kolb appears to be running out of chances to win the starting quarterback job in Arizona. Friday night’s preseason game may even be his last chance."