- "Experts say Browns sale looks like fair deal" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns reportedly have been sold to Jimmy Haslam for more than $1 billion, and experts say it’s a fair deal for all involved, with room for Haslam to get a good return on his investment in the future."
- "Shurmur, players react to sale" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Following Thursday morning’s practice, Pat Shurmur and several of the Browns players were asked about the change in ownership from Randy Lerner to Jimmy Haslam."
- "Jimmy Haslam III set to be introduced in a press conference Friday" (Plain Dealer) - "Jimmy Haslam III, the new owner of the Cleveland Browns, will watch practice and be introduced at a press conference here on Friday at 1 p.m."
- "A Mild Conspiracy Theory About the Sale of the Browns" (WFNY) - "The Browns are sold even if the ink isn’t dry. This much we know. What we don’t know is how it all came to pass. Let’s go through the timeline a bit."
- "Tim Tebow dominates at goal line" (ESPN) - "Moments before the Tim Tebow-led offense lined up Thursday in a goal-line drill, Rex Ryan walked over to the defense and did something he'd never done on a football field."
- "Saints CB Greer to have minor surgery on groin" (AP) - "Saints assistant head coach Joe Vitt says first-team cornerback Jabari Greer will have sports hernia surgery after pulling his groin during practice this week."
- "Rex, Jets quash tensions over Cromartie comments" (AP) - "Rex Ryan put a quick end to a budding controversy. The New York Jets coach addressed his players during a meeting Wednesday, reminding them to consider what they say in the wake of cornerback Antonio Cromartie's remarks that he'd rank himself the second-best wide receiver on the team."
- "Colts still struggling to sell tickets" (PFT) - "Maybe the Colts need to reiterate that they will black out any games that aren’t sold out. The last time the team pointed out its plan to not take advantage of the ability to cut its minimum ticket sales below 100 percent of all non-premium seats, fans responded by buying more tickets."