- "Chris Kirksey can't play receiver, but Cleveland Browns were right to draft him where they did" (Plain Dealer) - "Inside linebacker Chris Kirskey dropped into coverage Saturday night, tipped an Austin Davis third-quarter pass with one hand and returned an interception 23 yards to set up a Browns' touchdown."
- "Josh Gordon's camp unwilling to settle" (Dawg Pound Nation) - "It seems that Josh Gordon’s camp, basically consisting of his agent Drew Rosenhaus and legal team, are threatening to take the NFL to court if Gordon is suspended for the entire year."
- "Browns poor preseason doesn’t guarantee regular season failure" (WFNY) - "There’s nothing concrete that I can point to that will make Browns fans feel any better heading into the final preseason game and then Week 1′s contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers."
- "Mike Pettine Yet To Decide If He’ll Go With 2 Or 3 QBs This Season" (92.3 The Fan) - "Receiver Anthony Armstrong and running back Edwin Baker were among the first cuts for the Browns. The team announced the roster reduction prior to their practice Monday."
- "Michael Sam not among Rams' 10 roster cuts, four more to reach 75" (SI.com) - "Michael Sam, who became the first openly gay player drafted into the NFL when the St. Louis Rams picked him in the seventh round of this year's draft, was not among the 10 players the team waived on Monday."
- "Redskins S Brandon Meriweather suspended two games for helmet hit" (CBS) - "Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather will miss the first two games of the regular season after being suspended by the NFL on Monday for a helmet-to-helmet hit he made against the Ravens on Saturday."
- "Wes Welker 'feeling good,' Broncos' John Fox says" (NFL.com) - "The Denver Broncos have reason to believe Wes Welker's third concussion in the past calendar year will not put the star slot receiver's career in jeopardy."
- "Bucs center on Incognito: 'Everyone has baggage'" (PFT) - "As free-agent guard Richie Incognito closes in on joining the Buccaneers, some of the current members of the team have made it clear that the past won’t be used against the man at the center of the Jonathan Martin bullying scandal."