- "Taylor Gabriel ranks as the second best deep threat in the NFL" (Browns.com) - "It had only been about a month since wide receiver Taylor Gabriel earned a roster spot as an undrafted rookie. The 5-foot-8 speedster from Abilene Christian paced around, nervously."
- "Browns ready for prime-time test against Bengals" (AP) - "The stage will be bigger, the lights brighter, the pressure more intense. Ready or not, the Browns are coming to prime time. One of the NFL's biggest surprise teams during this topsy-turvy season in which record and reputation mean very little..."
- "Team effort helping Browns change culture a game at a time" (Red Right 88) - "The Cleveland Browns have hit the halfway point of the NFL season with a record of 5-3 after beating Tampa Bay on Sunday. Let’s take a moment to think about what it means for the Browns to have five wins..."
- "ReFo: Buccaneers @ Browns, Week 9" (PFF) - "After laying down a marker against the Steelers a couple of weeks ago the Browns had faltered. A week after beating the Raiders though they stayed on their winning ways when the Buccaneers came to town to remain firmly in the race of the AFC North..."
- "Kelly: 'Feel very bad' for Nick Foles" (ESPN) - "Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has a 'crack' in his left collarbone, coach Chip Kelly said Monday, but the injury won't need to be repaired surgically, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Jason Garrett optimistic Tony Romo will play on Sunday" (PFT) - "Yesterday’s loss to the Cardinals may be the only game Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo misses. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said today that he believes Romo will be available..."
- "Terrell Suggs on Blount backside hit: 'I wasn't trying to get him hurt'" (CBS) - "When Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs took a shot at the backside of Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount on Sunday after the play was whistled dead..."
- "Tom Brady is never happy" (Sports on Earth) - "'I've got to play better. That's pretty plain and simple. When the quarterback stinks, usually you're not going to win too many games.' Fair or not, that is how Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning felt..."