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- "Browns' offense must heat up against Ravens" (Canton Rep) - "'Chilly' isn’t telling anyone to chill out after the Browns’ 0-3 start. Brad Childress has coached football for 35 years and was an NFL head coach for five of them."
- "Pat Shurmur says team wasn’t flat in awful start vs. Bills" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Coach Pat Shurmur knows the start was unacceptable: two three-and-outs on offense, two poor punts and coverage and two touchdowns allowed on defense as the Browns fell behind 14-0 in the first 10 minutes."
- "Mohamed Massaquoi may miss Thursday night’s game against Baltimore Ravens" (Morning Journal) - "Mohamed Massaquoi did not practice Monday and might have to sit out the game in Baltimore on Thursday night with a hamstring injury."
- "Trent Richardson eager for the challenge of facing the Ravens defense" (Plain Dealer) - "Trent Richardson served notice back at the NFL Combine in February that he'd never back down to Uncle Ray. Baltimore's future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis, that is."
- "Redskins to add Ryan Grant to banged-up backfield" (AP) - "The Washington Redskins plan to add Ryan Grant to their banged-up backfield."
- "Even after Monday debacle, NFL holding firm in referee negotiations" (SI.com) - "Representatives of the National Football League, including commissioner Roger Goodell and chief legal council Jeff Pash, were locked in negotiations Tuesday afternoon with representatives of the locked-out NFL Referees Association in New York City, a source with knowledge of the talks told me."
- "NFL: Seahawks' victory stands" (ESPN) - "The NFL reaffirmed the ruling that gave the Seattle Seahawks a disputed 14-12 win over the Green Bay Packers as information came out that the side judge at the heart of the controversial call never had worked above the Division III college level before becoming a replacement official."
- "Vegas books: $300M+ changed hands with NFL call" (AP) - "Las Vegas oddsmakers say $300 million or more changed hands worldwide on a controversial referee call that decided the Monday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks."