- "Sheldon Brown vows not to become distraction" (Beacon Journal) - "Sheldon Brown has been a full-time starting cornerback in the NFL since 2004, but his role has now seemingly been reduced. He said the Browns have told him he’ll enter the action when the defense employs its nickel package against three-receiver sets."
- "Punt coverage unit gearing up for Leodis McKelvin" (News-Herald) - "Leodis McKelvin has to be counting down the minutes to the first chance he gets to touch the ball Sunday. McKelvin is a defensive back for the Bills. Of more concern to the Browns, is he is also the Bills' punt returner."
- "Weeden alters approach to studying" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Like all first-year players, Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weedenhad a lot to learn about the National Football League after he was chosen in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft."
- "Greg Little says he's not worried about Twitter backlash" (Plain Dealer) - "Minutes after the Browns fell to Cincinnati on Sunday, just after Greg Little had wiggled and gyrated in the end zone for his latest version of a touchdown celebration, the wide receiver's Twitter account sprang into action."
- "NFL issues warning on conduct" (ESPN) - "The NFL reached out to the owners, general managers and coaches of all 32 teams this week to advise them that the type of on-field behavior it witnessed last weekend will not be acceptable this weekend."
- "Jets' Revis cleared, says 'I'm playing' at Miami" (AP) - "Darrelle Revis is back in action for the New York Jets.The All-Pro cornerback was cleared Thursday for contact in practice for the first time since suffering a concussion in the team's season opener."
- "Redskins' Griffin upset by Rams" (Sports Xchange) - "Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III took the St. Louis Rams to task for play that he deemed 'unprofessional' and 'dirty.'"
- "Antrel Rolle injures knee in collision with TV camera" (PFT) - "A boring game at Bank of America got interesting in an unfortunate way, midway through the fourth quarter."