- "Improved Brandon Weeden leads Cleveland Browns to 35-10 preseason victory over Green Bay" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden proved in his dress rehearsal game here at Lambeau Field that he's more ready now to take center stage once the regular season begins."
- "Hardesty turns around slow start" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Cleveland Browns running back Montario Hardesty had a slow start to Thursday night’s preseason game at Green Bay, but turned the day around with a second-quarter touchdown in the win."
- "Mohamed Massaquoi warms up but sits out preseason game against Packers" (Beacon Journal) - "The curious case of Mohamed Massaquoi continued to unfold Thursday night at Lambeau Field. Massaquoi, a projected starting wide receiver, ran routes, caught passes and stretched about two hours before the Browns’ exhibition game against the Green Bay Packers. He looked like he was ready to go."
- "Browns show major improvement in 35-10 win in Green Bay" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Everything was better for the Browns Thursday night in Green Bay. Brandon Weeden found a rhythm with a full half of playing time. The Packers’ zone-blitz did not wreak havoc. Right tackle Mitchell Schwartz went unnoticed and unscathed."
- "Bengals TE Gresham leaves with right knee injury" (AP) - "Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham injured his right knee late in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night."
- "NFL files evidence to federal judge" (AP) - "The NFL on Thursday provided a federal judge with what it says is evidence commissioner Roger Goodell did not improperly pre-judge the four players suspended in the bounty investigation."
- "Full-time officials and more crews" (AP) - "Less than three weeks before the season kicks off, the NFL and the NFL Referees Association are no closer to an agreement to end the lockout of the officials."
- "Giants host family of shooting victim" (ESPN) - "Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin and Victor Cruz were among the New York Giants who came by to talk and offer their condolences, and not long after, a thought struck Tom Teves, a lifelong fan of the team invited to Thursday's practice as a temporary escape from his unfathomable pain."