- "Browns position themselves for a run" (FSO) - "Welcome, Cleveland, to football season. A real NFL football season. Check the standings. Fly your flags. Talk about how one good play set up the next, how the next guy up did his job, how the strengths mix with the weaknesses..."
- "Browns' defense decides enough is enough, takes it to Ben Roethlisberger" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns safety Donte Whitner stood up in the defensive backs meeting room Thursday, looked at members of a maligned secondary and asked one question."
- "Browns' Signature Win over Steelers Marks Turning Point in Race for AFC North" (B/R) - "It was surprising when the Cleveland Browns nearly came back to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. It was stunning when the Browns upended the New Orleans Saints in Week 2."
- "Winning Becoming The Expectation For Browns" (DPN) - "For a long time in Cleveland, winning games was something of an aspiration. A hope if you will. For the players, as well as the fans, a win was almost a surprising event."
- "Week 6: Steelers vs. Browns highlights" (NFL.com) - VIDEO
- "Owners want Roger Goodell to relinquish disciplinary duties" (CBS) - "Players conduct and discipline was the prevailing topic of discussion at this week's NFL owner meetings. And sources said several owners expressed strong opinions to Commissioner Roger Goodell about his role in that matter."
- "Peterson faces ban even if cleared" (ESPN) - "If Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is found not guilty of a felony child abuse charge in Texas, he could still face a personal conduct suspension without pay from the NFL, according to sources."
- "Mike Nugent on missed kick: 'Probably worst ball I've ever hit'" (SI.com) - "Cincinnati Bengals kicker Mike Nugent didn't even have to look. He knew he had just missed the potential game-winning kick..."
- "Injury roundup: Jets believe Dee Milliner tore Achilles" (NFL.com) - "The New York Jets are again without Dee Milliner. The former first-round pick exited Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos after suffering an injury during a first-quarter field-goal attempt by Brandon McManus."