- "Cleveland Browns Need More Of A Game Plan Against New Orleans Saints" (92.3 The Fan) - "After a heartbreaking 30-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers thanks to a last second field goal, the Cleveland Browns had a lot to focus on come Monday."
- "Spencer Lanning contradicts Antonio Brown's story about post-game chat" (Plain Dealer) - "Spencer Lanning was stomped in the facemask Sunday, but he sustained neither a concussion nor an injury on arguably the most replayed highlight of the NFL's first weekend."
- "Gordon says he isn’t an ‘addict’ or ‘junkie,’ promises to return as someone Cleveland can be proud of" (C-T) - "With Browns fans waiting breathlessly to see if suspended receiver Josh Gordon will return to the field if the NFL adopts a new drug policy, Gordon sought to make something clear in a long interview with OnDecker.com last week."
- "Ben Tate's injury puts spotlight on Isaiah Crowell" (Morning Journal) - "The Browns, just like every other team in the NFL, spend millions of dollars in salaries and expenses on the personnel department with the goal of building a powerhouse through the draft year after year."
- "Source says Rice video sent to NFL" (AP) - "A law enforcement official says he sent a video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to an NFL executive three months ago, while league officers have insisted they didn't see the violent images until this week."
- "Congress probes NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Ray Rice case" (USA TODAY) - "Twelve House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Democrats sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Wednesday demanding 'the highest level of transparency' concerning how the league investigated the Ray Rice domestic violence incident."
- "Sources: Ray Rice spat at fiancee" (Outside the Lines) - "Ray Rice spat in the face of Janay Palmer the night he punched her in a hotel elevator, one current and one former security staffer at the Revel hotel told 'Outside the Lines.'"
- "The NFL's Suspensions of Disbelief" (Sports On Earth) - "Monday saw a massive shockwave sent through the NFL when video surfaced of (now former) Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice slugging his fiancé (now wife) in an elevator while on a trip to Atlantic City."