- "Chudzinski defends Josh Gordon against charges he lacked effort in Green Bay" (Plain Dealer) - "Coach Rob Chudzinski defended receiver Josh Gordon against charges that he seemed disengaged during Sunday's 31-13 loss to the Packers and didn't fight hard enough to win a contested ball on a fourth-and-15 in the fourth quarter."
- "Browns consider benching QB Brandon Weeden" (AP) - "Brandon Weeden showered and dressed alone in one corner of Cleveland's locker room. A day after his brutal performance in Green Bay, he was still a starting quarterback. Barely. And a shaky one at that."
- "Enough Is Enough, Time For Browns To Make QB Change" (92.3 The Fan) - "They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. If so, then starting Brandon Weeden and expecting to win might be the truest definition of insanity there is."
- "Gipson penalty has not sparked changes by defensive players" (Morning Journal) - "Players in the Browns locker room say they will not change the way they play defense in the aftermath of Tashaun Gipson being penalized Sunday for what officials said was leading with his helmet on the play that injured Packers tight end Jermichael Finley."
- "Report: Bucs RB Doug Martin done for the season with torn labrum" (CBS Sports) - "In a season full of hard times and embarrassments for Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers have another obstacle overcome, because, according to Fox Sports, running back Doug Martin has a torn labrum in his left shoulder and is done for the season."
- "Bears QB Jay Cutler to miss at least 4 weeks" (AP) - "The Chicago Bears were already losing games. Now they're going to be without their most important players on both sides of the ball. Injured quarterback Jay Cutler will miss at least the next four weeks of the season and Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs will be out for around six weeks, staggering blows for a struggling team."
- "Titans owner Bud Adams dies at 90" (ESPN) - "Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams, who helped found the American Football League and whose battles for players helped lead to the merger with the NFL, has died. He was 90."
- "Brandon Meriweather suspended two games" (PFT) - "Reports after Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather had two more illegal hits on Sunday against the Bears indicated that Meriweather could face a suspension for frequently breaking the league’s rules."