- "Considering A Position Change For Justin Gilbert?" (92.3) - "Justin Gilbert is a non-factor as a corner but could the Browns consider a position change for the No. 8 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft? Gilbert clearly looks like a different – and more confident – player with the football in his hands."
- "It's now or never for Mike Pettine in Baltimore on Sunday" (WKNR) - "Heat is on: There comes a point in a Browns coach’s career when he faces that turning point game – the game at which his tenure either is secured or his fate is sealed."
- "Jim O'Neil on Browns' defense: 'It's an execution league'" (ESPN) - "The weekly media meeting with Jim O’Neil is becoming something akin to 'must see TV,' as the Browns' passionate defensive coordinator passionately explains what’s happening with what is now the league’s 32nd-ranked defense."
- "Barnidge: The Career Journeyman Who Can Win You Fantasy Football" (numberFire) - "When you grab a guy you aren't expecting much out of and he performs well, you feel like the cashier at the grocery store gave you an extra 20 bucks by mistake."
- "Andrew Luck inactive; Matt Hasselbeck will start" (NFL.com) - "The Indianapolis Colts are prepared to do battle without Andrew Luck for a second straight week. The team announced that backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck will start Thursday night against the Houston Texans."
- "Victor Cruz to meet with doctors next week" (PFT) - "The Giants won’t have wide receiver Victor Cruz in the lineup against the 49ers on Sunday night and they should have a better idea of when he’ll be able to make his first appearance of the 2015 season next week."
- "Dolphins fire defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle" (AP) - "Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle has been fired by new interim coach Dan Campbell. The move came after the Dolphins fired head coach Joe Philbin on Monday and promoted tight ends coach Campbell."
- "Lindy Infante, former NFL coach of the year with Packers, dies at 75" (CBS) - "Long-time NFL coach Lindy Infante passed away in Florida on Thursday at the age of 75. Infante's wife Stephanie told the Associated Press that the former Packers and Colts coach died after battling a long illness."