- "Browns work out pair of long snappers" (FSO) - "The Browns brought in a pair of long snappers for workouts Thursday after having problems at the position so far in the early season. Getting a look from the team were Kevin McDermott, a second-year player from UCLA who played 16 games for the 49ers last season, and Charley Hughlett, a Central Florida product."
- "Josh Gordon understands he can't slip up" (Plain Dealer) - "Josh Gordon has run an improbable comeback route to the Browns facility, and he knows that the path back to the Atlanta game Nov. 23 must be a straight one. One more strike in the new drug program, and he faces banishment again."
- "Ben Tate to return to starting role in Browns backfield" (NFL.com) - "Cleveland Browns running backs Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West held down the top two spots on Marc Sessler's "Rookie Watch" this week."
- "Browns offense sharing space with some good company" (Red Right 88) - "While fans of the Cleveland Browns deal with the frustration of the team’s 1-2 start, they can take solace in the fact that we’re witnessing a side of the offense not seen in these parts for a long, long time."
- "Concerned About Manziel's Bye?" (ESPN) - VIDEO
- "AP Source: Video addressed to NFL security chief" (AP) - "The video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee inside a casino elevator was sent to NFL headquarters to the attention of league security chief Jeffrey Miller in April, a law enforcement official says."
- "Eli Manning, Larry Donnell star as Giants romp Redskins" (AP) - "Larry Donnell kicked his right leg high as he fell to the turf in the east end zone, then did the same with his left leg at the west end. Touchdown catches that mirrored each other."
- "Trent Williams leaves game with knee injury" (PFT) - "Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams left Thursday night’s game against the New York Giants after suffering a knee injury late in the third quarter."
- "Skeptical Football: Manning Redux, Ancient History And An Award For Tony Romo" (538) - "There’s nothing more satisfying than to have the Hacker Gods1 laugh at you, and that’s pretty much what this past weekend of NFL action entailed."