- "Dick Jauron faces challenge of fixing problems against run with majority of front seven hurt" (Beacon Journal) - "Dick Jauron’s mission to fix the Browns’ inept run defense became more difficult when starting tackle Phil Taylor tore his left pectoral muscle in May."
- "Childress breaks down Weeden's progress" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Following the team’s Monday afternoon walk-through, Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress met with the Cleveland media."
- "No clear choice on Weeden’s backup" (Morning Journal) - "The only vote that counts in selecting the back-up to starting quarterback Brandon Weeden goes to head coach Pat Shurmur, but if Shurmur asks offensive coordinator Brad Childress for an opinion Childress will tell him right now it is too close to call."
- "First and 10: What will Haslam do?" (FS Ohio) - "First and 10 with the Browns returns for the 2012 season, and in honor of the 2011 offense we’ll start the new season with First and 15."
- "Peterson dons pads as Vikings star RB progresses" (AP) - "Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has taken another important step forward in his recovery from reconstructive surgery on his left knee: taking part in his first full-pads practice."
- "No concussion for Eagles CB Asomugha" (AP) - "Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha has whiplash-type symptoms, according to coach Andy Reid, but no concussion after a midair collision on Monday."
- "Evelyn Lozada files for divorce" (AP) - "Evelyn Lozada is ending her 41-day-old marriage to Chad Johnson after the football star was arrested for allegedly head-butting her over the weekend."
- "Pete Carroll says yes to Braylon and T.O., no to Chad Johnson" (PFT) - "Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has been thrilled with the results after adding a couple of veteran wide receivers whose off-field issues have at times overshadowed their on-field talents, Braylon Edwards and Terrell Owens. So does that mean Carroll will try to make it a trifecta and bring in Chad Johnson?"