- "Weeden not worried after loss" (AP) - "Brandon Weeden's not worried, so he figures everyone else should chill out. Relax. The games don't really count yet. Weeden struggled and Cleveland's first-team offense sputtered during Saturday night's exhibition loss to Indianapolis."
- "Secret Weapon?" (OBR) - "It's been a long year for David Nelson. The fourth-year wide receiver tore his ACL in the season-opener of the 2012 season against the Jets on Sept. 9. Nelson had worked his way from being an undrafted free agent with the Bills into the opening day starting lineup."
- "Browns' bad loss in Indianapolis should benefit them more than another flawless practice win" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Is the offense as bad as it looked? No way. But it’s going to take a small leap of faith to believe that. The flashbacks to last season were unavoidable."
- "Bills plan to start Jeff Tuel at QB" (ESPN) - "The Buffalo Bills plan on starting undrafted quarterback Jeff Tuel in their regular-season opener if fellow rookie EJ Manuel cannot play, coach Doug Marrone said Monday."
- "Agent's Take: Understanding the next few days of the NFL calendar" (CBS Sports) - "The NFL's roster cutdown process is one of the most nerve-racking times for players on a roster bubble. Cutdowns can mark the end of dreams for fringe players and signal the end of careers for some veterans, especially older ones."
- "What we don't know after three preseason weeks" (NFL.com) - "Three preseason weeks are in the books. We learned a lot over the weekend, but not every starting job around the league is locked up. With just 10 days remaining before the season opener, there still are a few key hanging questions around the NFL."
- "Jets' Sanchez aiming to be back for Week 1" (AP) - "Mark Sanchez is hoping to return for the start of the regular season. The New York Jets quarterback, dealing with a shoulder injury, rode a stationary bike at practice Monday but didn't participate in any throwing drills."