- "Browns' Jackson off to a fast start" (FS Ohio) - "Despite the Browns being winless in two games, team captain D’Qwell Jackson is off to arguably the best start of his seventh NFL season."
- "Progress nice, but Shurmur and the team need a win" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Coach Pat Shurmur doesn’t need his master’s degree in financial administration to do the math. Two losses in the first two games are tough to overcome and reach the playoffs. Three in a row to open the season makes it nearly impossible."
- "Upon further review: Browns" (AFC North Blog) - "In the season-opening loss against the Eagles, the Browns defense played well enough to win and the offense flopped. In the Week 2 loss at Cincinnati, Cleveland's offense broke out with rookies Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden while the defense and special teams faltered."
- "Richardson up for Pepsi MAX NFL Rookie of the Week" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Browns fans can vote for running back Trent Richardson, who is nominated for the Pepsi MAX NFL Rookie of the Week Award."
- "NFL owner admits that the confidence in replacement officials is eroding" (Yahoo! Sports) - "Let me start off by admitting I was shortsighted about one problem with the NFL's replacement refs: Their decided lack of experience with the procedures of running a game are so bad that it's affecting everyone's confidence."
- "NFL Films President Steve Sabol dies at 69" (AP) - "With the eye of an art history major, Steve Sabol filmed the NFL as a ballet and blockbuster movie all in one."
- "Patriots add Kellen Winslow" (ESPN) - "It took less than 48 hours for the New England Patriots to replace injured tight end Aaron Hernandez. According to sources, the Patriots have agreed to a one-year contract with former Pro Bowl tight end Kellen Winslow."
- "Jerry Jones thinks kneel-downs should be banned" (PFT) - "We’ve heard a lot of different opinions in the last few days about proper etiquette during kneel-down plays since the contentious end of the Buccaneers-Giants game on Sunday, but we haven’t heard anything quite like Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ take."