- "Companies Accuse Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam Of Directing Pilot Fraud" (AP) - "Two trucking companies are accusing Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam of directly orchestrating a scheme to cheat customers out of promised rebates and discounts, according to recent court filings."
- "Browns can be just fine even with ugly loss to Texans" (WFNY) - "I know how this thing goes. Every week, we use the latest sampling to define the team. We’ve seen weeks where the Browns were the most unstoppable rushing team in the history of the NFL."
- "Browns' Uncharacteristically Poor Play Fuels Loss to Texans" (B/R) - "Every team has a few clunkers during a season. The Cleveland Browns had hoped their one poor performance, a Week 7 loss in Jacksonville, was out of their system."
- "Isaiah Crowell earns start, loses 'critical' fumble, as running-back carousel continues" (Plain Dealer) - "Nobody in the Browns' backfield runs the ball harder or with more nasty intent than Isaiah Crowell. The rookie halfback seems to fear no confrontation."
- "Brian Hoyer sets Browns record with 30 incompletions" (ESPN) - "Brian Hoyer set a Cleveland Browns record he probably did not want to set in Sunday’s 23-7 loss to the Houston Texans. Hoyer threw 30 incompletions, the most in one game in team history, according to Elias."
- "DEA stages surprise inspections of visiting NFL teams' painkiller use" (CBS) - "The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating claims of inappropriate distribution of painkillers by NFL teams, following a recent lawsuit filed by former NFL players..."
- "Injury roundup: Philip Rivers playing with bruised ribs" (NFL.com) - "Philip Rivers is no stranger to playing through pain, and Sunday's 13-6 win over the Raiders was no different, according to long-time target Antonio Gates."
- "NFL’s ruling in Adrian Peterson case expected ‘soon,’ suspension called ‘very possible’" (WP) - "The NFL is nearing a decision about potential disciplinary action against Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, according to two people with knowledge of the deliberations."