- "Josh Gordon escapes new drug policy by pleading guilty to DUI charges" (PFT) - "Some portions of the new drug policy will be retroactive. Some won’t. Browns receiver Josh Gordon has pleaded guilty to driving while impaired. Under the new drug policy, a first offense will trigger a two-game suspension."
- "Columbus making a serious push to host Cleveland Browns' training camp" (Plain Dealer) - "The state capital might talk Buckeyes' football 365 days a year, but it would love to be home to the Browns for three weeks every summer."
- "Browns sign LB to practice squad" (FSO) - "The Cleveland Browns on Tuesday signed LB Allen Bradford to the practice squad. General Manager Ray Farmer made the announcement. To make room, the club released WR Ifeanyi Momah from the practice squad."
- "Hoyer: We're built on toughness" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Quarterback Brian Hoyer addressed the media on 9/15." - VIDEO
- "NFLPA notifying Wes Welker, others that their suspensions are over" (CBS) - "Wes Welker can officially suit up for the Broncos on Sunday."
- "Brewer 'not yet satisfied' by response" (ESPN) - "Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of the official beer of the NFL, issued a strong statement expressing its displeasure over how the league has responded to its players being connected to incidents of domestic violence and child abuse."
- "Union appeals Rice's indefinite suspension by NFL" (AP) - "The NFL players' union appealed Ray Rice's indefinite suspension Tuesday night."
- "Preliminary 2015 Hall of Fame ballot announced" (PFT) - "A high-profile rookie class including Chargers linebacker Junior Seau and Rams teammates Kurt Warner, Orlando Pace, Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt are among the preliminary nominees for the 2015 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame."