- "Browns' QB situation 'not easy (or) ideal'" (ESPN) - "Brandon Weeden was back in the interview circle today, explaining again how he tunes out criticism, he’s still confident and he doesn’t listen to external noise."
- "Is Third Time a Charm?" (OBR) - "There's an old saying, the third time's the charm. For Brandon Weeden and the Browns they're hoping that's true."
- "Will we see QB Alex 'Trick Shot' Tanney in a Browns game? Book it" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Trick Shot arrives: Shortly after Brandon Weeden was explaining for the second time this year that he doesn’t need a 5-year-old telling him how to play quarterback, Alex Tanney was making a case for himself as a bona fide NFL quarterback prospect."
- "Cleveland Browns Film Room: What happened to our OLBs?" (WFNY) - "The Steelers extended their dominance over the Browns on Sunday, and one of the questions I had to ask myself after the game was about Cleveland’s outside linebackers. Specifically, where in the world were Sheard, Kruger and Mingo?"
- "T.J. Ward has no regrets about comments after loss to Steelers" (ABJ) - "Browns strong safety T.J. Ward isn’t backing down from the comments he made Sunday after a 27-11 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers."
- "Bess says his season disappointing; Cleveland native Cecil Shorts excited by homecoming" (Plain Dealer) - "The Cleveland Browns acquired Davone Bess in a trade with Miami during the spring to provide the team with a sure-handed slot receiver."
- "La Canfora: Are Huge Deals To Trade Up For QB’s Worth The Gamble Anymore?" (92.3 The Fan) - "CBS Sports’ NFL insider Jason La Canfora joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss the Browns 2013 freefall, RG3 scaring teams away from the mortgaging future draft philosophy, culture in the locker room and more!" - AUDIO
- "Preview: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cleveland Browns" (NFL.com) - "NFL Films previews the Week 13 matchup between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cleveland Browns." - VIDEO
- "2014 Super Bowl Odds: Seahawks slide past Broncos" (CBS Sports) - "For the first time all season the Broncos are out of the pole position. Following their loss on Sunday night to the Patriots, the Broncos are 9-2 and just ahead of the Chiefs for the top seed in the AFC."