- "Jim Brown rips Mike Holmgren, calls Trent Richardson trade 'brilliant move'" (Beacon Journal) - "Browns special adviser and Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown appeared as a guest on Inside the NFL on Showtime. The episode, which will air at 9 tonight, features Brown ripping ex-Browns President Mike Holmgren, who removed him as Randy Lerner’s executive adviser in 2010..."
- "Richardson: They gave up on me" (Jackson Reaction) - "Trent Richardson did the conference call with the Jacksonville media today in advance of the Colts-Jaguars game Sunday. Almost all of the questions for Richardson were about last week’s trade from the Browns — and Richardson had some interesting things to say..."
- "Brian Hoyer, former Cleveland Browns season ticketholder, eager to play on the same soil as idol Bernie Kosar" (Plain Dealer) - "Brian Hoyer recalls zipping around his yard in North Olmsted in his No. 19 Bernie Kosar jersey, then heading down to the old Municipal Stadium on Sunday afternoons with dad, Axel, who had season tickets."
- "NFL Nation Buzz: Cleveland Browns" (ESPN) - "ESPN.com NFL insider Matt Williamson on the Cleveland Browns' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 4." - [VIDEO]
- "Pressure now on Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano after benching Josh Freeman for rookie Mike Glennon" (Yahoo! Sports) - "In trying to solve one problem, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano may have made another one more difficult to fix."
- "Lions RB Bush practices, says he'll play vs Bears" (AP) - "Reggie Bush gave the Detroit Lions a welcome dose of good news. The speedy running back said he will play against the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears on Sunday, a week after missing a game with a banged up knee."
- "2014 Super Bowl Odds: Undefeated but still not totally trusted" (CBS Sports) - "As you probably know by now, there are seven undefeated teams in the NFL. Almost half of those are a surprise."
- "More than just a nice place to visit" (ESPN) - "For the American tourist, there's a lot to like about London: The pomp of Buckingham Palace, the circumstantial accounts of terror that haunt the Tower of London, the chaos of Piccadilly Circus, the majestic views from the London Eye that leave Big Ben looking more like Medium Ben."