- "Mike Pettine On His Future With Browns: 'However It Falls Out, It Falls Out'" (92.3) - "Will Mike Pettine survive ‘black Monday?’ Sunday’s 24-10 win over the 49ers doused the flames on Pettine’s hot seat, but only just for a bit and likely for a week."
- "Dwayne Bowe: 'I've never been through anything like this in my life'" (Plain Dealer) - "Receiver Dwayne Bowe, the poster boy for everything that's wrong with the Browns this season, knows he can still play even though he can't get on the field."
- "Johnny Manziel’s Biggest Hurdle Will Be Dealing With Success" (Browns Beat) - "Long before he became a first round NFL draft pick, Johnny Manziel became a public monstrosity, garnering incessant media coverage for everything he did."
- "Waiting for Terrelle Pryor" (WFNY) - "One of the few disappointments from the Browns win is that Terrelle Pryor did not catch a pass. This is hardly a shock given how recently Pryor returned to the team, but one would hope that he might see at least see a jump ball in the red zone."
- "Ryan Mallett tells Ravens he's received help for personal issues" (ESPN) - "The Baltimore Ravens decided to sign Ryan Mallett after the quarterback assured them he has received professional help for personal issues that contributed to his downfall with the Houston Texans..."
- "LeGarrette Blount out for season because of hip injury" (NFL.com) - "The Patriots have lost another key starter to injury, this time for the season. The team will place running back LeGarrette Blount on season-ending injured reserve, according to sources informed of the injury."
- "Bortles and his 30 TDs aren't losing sleep over advanced-stats slight" (CBS) - "After a tough rookie season, Blake Bortles has been a pleasant surprise for the Jaguars in 2015. He's completing slightly fewer passes but he's thrown 30 touchdowns..."
- "NFL adds another $100 million to St. Louis stadium effort, sort of" (PFT) - "Rams owner Stan Kroenke apparently wants to get out of St. Louis. The NFL isn’t in quite the same hurry. Via multiple reports, the NFL suddenly added another $100 million to the effort..."