- "No one sees Shurmur surviving" (Canton Rep) - "No one thinks Pat Shurmur has more than the Denver and Pittsburgh games to go in his run as head coach of the Browns. He was hired just last year, technically — on Jan. 13, 2011."
- "Shurmur's offense absorbed some shots on Sunday -- from inside his own locker room" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Reading between the lines: There seemed to be some finger-pointing going on among the Browns’ top two rookies in the aftermath of the 38-21 loss to the Washington Redskins."
- "Brandon Weeden confident despite struggles" (Morning Journal) - "Just as happens every time he plays poorly and the Browns lose, rookie Brandon Weeden’s age is a hot topic again. The NFL’s 32nd ranked quarterback will be 30 years old next Oct. 14."
- "Benjamin continues to make plays" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Cleveland Browns rookie wide receiver Travis Benjaminregistered his second explosive play in as many weeks in Sunday’s 38-21 loss to the Washington Redskins in the home finale for the 2012 regular season."
- "London Fletcher accuses security" (ESPN) - "Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher is blaming security workers at Cleveland Browns Stadium for a confrontation that left four of his relatives arrested and an aunt hospitalized."
- "Redskins awaiting doctors' OK on RG3's knee" (AP) - "Get ready for another week of RG3 guesswork. Coach Mike Shanahan said Monday that he's still waiting for a thumbs-up from the doctors before declaring that Robert Griffin III can return to game action."
- "Jermichael Finley discusses report" (ESPN) - "Responding to a question about a report he wouldn't be with Green Bay next season, tight end Jermichael Finley told ESPN's Josina Anderson that 'I want to be a Packer for life.'"
- "Harbaugh mum on Justin Smith MRI" (PFT) - "49ers defensive lineman Justin Smith has undergone an MRI on his injured arm. And coach Jim Harbaugh is saying nothing about what it revealed."
- "Which NFL records will fall in 2012?" (SI.com) - "In addition to playoff races heating up in both conferences, the final two weeks of the NFL regular season could see a serious assault on the record books."