- "Chudzinski expects QB Jason Campbell to redeem himself" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns coach Rob Chudzinski acknowledged that Jason Campbell had a bad game from start to finish of Sunday's 41-20 blowout loss in Cincinnati, but expects the QB to rebound in this week's matchup against the Steelers, who are also 4-6."
- "Big Ben, Browns and a touchstone moment" (ESPN) - "The Pittsburgh Steelers always provide the Cleveland Browns a measuring stick. One way to measure is to realize that the Steelers have had Ben Roethlisberger starting at quarterback since he was a first-round draft pick in 2004."
- "Browns, Mayor agree on funding plan" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "The Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Mayor’s office have reached a tentative agreement on a funding plan for the two-year, $120 million renovation project for FirstEnergy Stadium that is scheduled to begin after the 2013 regular season."
- "What You Need to Know Heading into Week 12" (b/r) - "The Cleveland Browns have to bounce back from their extremely disappointing loss to the Cincinnati Bengals quickly this week as their archrivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, come to town Sunday."
- "Aaron Rodgers not in pain, but not ready for Packers" (NFL.com) - "Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday that his fractured collarbone no longer gives him pain while running or throwing a football."
- "Saints place Greer on IR; sign Wade" (AP) - "Sean Payton made the end of Jabari Greer's season official on Tuesday, announcing that the starting cornerback would be placed on injured reserve because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee."
- "Broncos place Moore on IR; sign veteran Huff" (AP) - "The Broncos placed safety Rahim Moore on recallable injured reserve Tuesday and signed veteran Michael Huff to take his place."
- "Roethlisberger’s cap number approaches $19 million in 2014" (PFT) - "With Ben Roethlisberger due to earn a base salary of $12.1 million in 2014, many have asked why the Steelers would be compelled in the coming offseason to extend his contract."