- "Previewing the Cleveland Browns 2015 Salary-Cap Situation" (B/R) - "The Cleveland Browns failed to make the playoffs for the 12th consecutive year and that means it's time to preview such offseason topics like the club's 2015 salary-cap situation."
- "Justin Gilbert could benefit from same dedication to game as Jim Leonhard" (Morning Journal) - "Justin Gilbert’s New Year’s resolution should be to play the rest of his NFL career with as much dedication and passion as Jim Leonhard did in his 10-year career."
- "Browns need first-rounders to pan out in worst way" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns mined the undrafted rookie pool for several impact players. They entered the season with more than $20 million in cap space. They hit on below-radar draft picks such as Joel Bitonio and Chris Kirksey."
- "How Jim O'Neil went from 'meathead' college player to Cleveland Browns' energetic defensive coordinator" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns defensive coordinator Jim O'Neil and his wife, Stacy, used to head butt each other as student-athletes at Towson University."
- "Officials pick up flag for pass interference, Cowboys benefit" (CBS) - "If the Cowboys come back to win Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Lions -- in a game they trailed 14-0 -- the fourth-quarter decision to pick up a flag for pass interference..."
- "Emotional Suh knows it’s over in Detroit" (PFT) - "Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh prefaced his post-game press conference by asking that the questions focus only on the loss to the Cowboys, and not on his future."
- "Dalton struggles, Bengals can’t get to Luck in loss" (USA TODAY) - "No pressure for Luck: There were a few things the Bengals absolutely needed to do to win this game. Generating pressure on Andrew Luck was one of them, and Cincinnati failed miserably in that task."
- "Stuart Scott dies at age of 49" (ESPN) - "Stuart Scott, a longtime anchor at ESPN, died Sunday morning at the age of 49. Among the features of the new ESPN studio in Bristol is a wall of catchphrases made famous by on-air talent over the years."