- "Browns to audition kickers Dan Carpenter, Billy Cundiff on Tuesday" (Beacon Journal) - "The Browns are scheduled to try out veteran Pro Bowl kickers Dan Carpenter and Billy Cundiff Tuesday in Berea, a league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal, speaking on condition of anonymity because the team won’t reveal who will audition."
- "Browns Barkevious Mingo returns to practice" (ESPN Cleveland) - "No. 51 back on the field: Browns linebacker Barkevious Mingo returned to practice for the first time Monday since suffering a bruised lung in the second preseason game on Aug. 15."
- "Richardson knows it's up to him with two young, inexperienced tailbacks behind him" (Plain Dealer) - "Trent Richardson looked around the Browns running back room Monday and realized that now more than ever, it's all on him."
- "Patterson aims to 'make impact' vs. Browns" (ESPN) - "One year ago, Dimitri Patterson was riding high with the Cleveland Browns. The cornerback had just signed a three-year, $16 million contract extension and was looking forward to a promising partnership."
- "Shanahan says RG3 will start Redskins opener" (AP) - "So much for those last-minute 'concerns.' RG3 is starting Week 1. Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan finally confirmed Monday what has appeared inevitable since the start of training camp: Robert Griffin III will be under center for the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles."
- "Bengals, Geno Atkins agree to 5-year, $55 million extension" (CBS Sports) - "Geno Atkins, perhaps the best defensive tackle in the league, and the Bengals have come to agreement on a contract extension, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer."
- "Brandon Marshall: 'Everything is good' with hip structurally" (PFT) - "Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall made some waves last week when he said that he was frustrated by the state of his recovery from hip surgery and by the fact that he was 'being pushed a little bit' to practice and play in the preseason."
- "Jets sign Brady Quinn, cut Harrell" (ESPN) - "With quarterback Mark Sanchez expected to miss at least a few weeks with an injured shoulder, the New York Jets signed veteran Brady Quinn on Monday to back up presumptive starter Geno Smith -- a move that casts doubt on Sanchez's future with the team."