- "Craig Robertson has a knack for being around the ball" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Browns linebacker Craig Robertson has been one of the bright spots in the team’s dark, winless season to date. In his first NFL season, the North Texas product is tied for the AFC lead with two interceptions and has carved out a significant role for himself on defense and special teams."
- "Browns hoping Little evolves into reliable receiver" (Beacon Journal) - "Greg Little played multiple positions at the University of North Carolina and sat out his entire senior season, so the Browns knew developing him into a reliable NFL wide receiver would be a project when they drafted him last year."
- "Travis Benjamin born on fast track to NFL" (Plain Dealer) - "If Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden didn't know the legend of "Muck City" before arriving in the NFL, he's receiving an education in it, courtesy of teammate Travis Benjamin."
- "One of Jimmy Haslam's first tasks should be re-signing Phil Dawson" (News-Herald) - "Through 13-plus years, five full-time head coaches, five general managers, three long snappers and six holders, there has been one fixture as constant as the northern star for the Browns."
- "Despite calls for Tim Tebow, Jets coach Rex Ryan not ready to bench Mark Sanchez" (Yahoo! Sports) - "There weren't enough New York Jets fans left by game's end to call it a Tim Tebow chant. Murmur is about the best the small crowd of diehards could manage at the end of a 34-0 thrashing by the San Francisco 49ers at MetLife Stadium on Sunday."
- "Jake Locker injures shoulder again vs. Texas" (SI.com) - "For the second time in four weeks, the Tennessee Titans had to turn to Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback after an injury to Jake Locker."
- "Holmes will get MRI, immediate second opinion on Monday" (PFT) - "Jets receiver Santonio Holmes doesn’t have any broken bones in his foot, but he’s hardly out of the woods."
- "Source: Tony Romo talks end" (ESPN) - "The Dallas Cowboys have ended contract extension talks with quarterback Tony Romo, according to a source."