- "Rob Chudzinski: 'We won’t stand for losing.'" (WFNY) - "The media waited outside the locker room a few minutes longer than usual after Sunday’s loss to the Jaguars. Judging by Rob Chudzinski’s mood for his post-game press conference, it would come as no surprise if the first year coach didn’t deliver a stern message to the team."
- "Weeden suffers concussion, QB spot unclear" (AP) - "Another stinging defeat. Another damaged quarterback. The Browns are losing games and key players at an alarming rate."
- "Chudzinski not ruling out signing veteran QB to start against New England" (Morning Journal) - "Fog is lifting around Jason Campbell, and not a moment too soon. Campbell and Brandon Weeden figuratively passed each other in the concussion recovery room on Monday."
- "Joe Haden regrets being too aggressive, not too emotional" (ABJ) - "Browns cornerback Joe Haden regrets being too aggressive Sunday in the waning moments of a 32-28 loss to the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars, but he has no qualms about unleashing his raw emotions afterward."
- "Broncos' Fox back at work after heart surgery" (AP) - "Denver Broncos coach John Fox returned to work Monday, four weeks after open-heart surgery, his newfound energy matching his renowned enthusiasm."
- "NFL: Refs should have stopped play" (ESPN) - "The NFL says that Sunday night's officiating crew should have stopped play and eliminated confusion about the down and distance near the end of the New York Giants' 24-17 victory over the Washington Redskins."
- "Injury Impact: Packers considering shutting down Aaron Rodgers?" (SI.com) - "Here’s the latest on the NFL’s most prominent injuries."
- "Chip Kelly on Nick Foles: He's our starting QB for the next 1,000 years" (CBS Sports) - "Unless Nick Foles gets injured, it looks like the Philadelphia Eagles are set at quarterback for the rest of the millennium."
- "Everything You Enjoy About Sports Was Cheating" (Keith Olbermann) - "Mike Tomlin and Jason Kidd made some interesting decisions this week. Alex Rodriguez is always making interesting decisions. Keith says that it is sports' own fault that all this is happening, and why it's not all cheating anymore."