- "Norv Turner takes shot at those who criticized effort level of WR Josh Gordon" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Josh Gordon caught the simple in route, absorbed a shot from safety Winston Guy, spun and took off. Cornerback Dwayne Gratz thought he had him, but Gordon pulled away. Safety Johnathan Cyprien had the angle on him, then didn’t."
- "Ray Horton expects defensive linemen to step up" (Plain Dealer) - "At 6-6, and 310 pounds, it'll be a noticeable absence in the Cleveland Browns' defensive line without Desmond Bryant."
- "Jason Campbell returns to practice, could be cleared to face Patriots" (ABJ) - "Browns quarterback Jason Campbell took the first reps during individual drills Thursday after being medically cleared to practice, a positive step on his comeback trail from the concussion he suffered Nov. 24 against the Pittsburgh Steelers and a sign he might start Sunday on the road against the New England Patriots."
- "Preview: Cleveland Browns vs. New England Patriots" (NFL.com) - "NFL Films previews the Week 14 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and the New England Patriots." - VIDEO
- "Vikings RB Adrian Peterson: It'd be cool to play in Dallas or Houston" (CBS Sports) - "Vikings running back Adrian Peterson thinks it would be amazing if he finished his NFL career in Minnesota, but if he doesn't, he has his sights set on somewhere else: Texas."
- "Dolphins' Martin talks to investigator" (AP) - "Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin met Thursday in Los Angeles with NFL special investigator Ted Wells for a second round of questioning about the team's bullying scandal, a person familiar with the situation said."
- "Trent Richardson blames himself" (ESPN) - "Colts running back Trent Richardson was humbled when he ran onto the field as a backup in the first quarter against the Tennessee Titans last weekend."
- "What to watch for: Viewing tips for Week 14 games" (NFL.com) - "Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens (6-6) need a win keep pace for the AFC's sixth playoff seed. After back-to-back strong performances through the air from Joe Flacco, Baltimore is a good bet to feast on arguably the league's most abysmal passing defense."