- "Pettine has Browns believing they can win" (AP) - "Mike Pettine stalked the sideline Sunday in complete control. He was poised, composed and his players mimicked their rookie coach. If his nerves were jumbled, the Browns rookie coach didn't show it."
- "Overlooked, Browns QB Brian Hoyer Looking For Wins And Respect" (92.3) - "Excuse Brian Hoyer if he feels a little like Rodney Dangerfield deep inside. Like Dangerfield, Hoyer gets no respect. Although Hoyer won’t say it bothers him, he’s very much aware of the critics and skeptics who don’t believe that he is starting material in the NFL."
- "Breaking down Cundiff's winning kick" (ESPN) - "Billy Cundiff's 29-yard field goal to beat the New Orleans Saints on Sunday was not his first game winner for the Cleveland Browns. Cundiff joked that his first winner came in a game when the Browns and Buffalo Bills 'set fooball back 40 years.'"
- "ReFo: Saints @ Browns, Week 2" (PFF) - "After a Week 1 loss to their division rivals the Atlanta Falcons, the New Orleans Saints headed to Ohio to take on the Cleveland Browns, with both teams looking to avoid the dreaded 0-2 start to the 2014 season. The Browns started the better of the two and, despite a special teams mishap, lead 16-10 at the half."
- "Robert Griffin III will not be placed on season-ending IR" (SI.com) - "Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will not be placed on season-ending injured reserve after dislocating his ankle in Sunday's win over the Jaguars, coach Jay Gruden said on Monday."
- "Cards treating QB Carson Palmer" (ESPN) - "The Arizona Cardinals have been researching the best ways to treat quarterback Carson Palmer's nerve injury in his right shoulder, coach Bruce Arians said Monday."
- "Adrian Peterson’s lawyer says other abuse accusation is untrue" (PFT) - "The attorney for Adrian Peterson says the latest accusation that Peterson abused one of his children is untrue."
- "Report: Chargers RB Ryan Mathews out 4-5 weeks with MCL sprain" (CBS) - "Last season, Chargers running back Ryan Mathews made it through an entire 16-game schedule for the first time in his five-year career. That won't be happening again in 2014."