- "Preparation won't be an issue for Austin Davis' first start with the Browns" (OBR) - "When it came to his school work, Austin Davis wasn’t always the first to tend to his studies. In the film room, however, Davis feels that he’s always been at the head of the class."
- "For 15th time in 13 seasons, Bengals prepare for new Browns QB" (ESPN) - "In 25 games against the Cleveland Browns as the Cincinnati Bengals' head coach, Marvin Lewis has started just four quarterbacks: Jon Kitna, Carson Palmer, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Andy Dalton."
- "Josh McCown admits he played through broken ribs, frustrated season cut short" (C-T) - "Josh McCown stood in front of reporters with his right arm in a black sling and went through the litany of injuries that sabotaged his first season with the Browns, perhaps the best of his 13-year career."
- "Why Browns must address their run defense problem" (PFF) - "Cleveland fell to 2-9 with their loss to the Ravens on Monday Night Football. The issues at quarterback are well-documented, but one persistent issue over the past few years has been the run defense."
- "JPP will lean on injured hand in quest for first sack" (NFL.com) - "The fact that Jason Pierre-Paul is even playing football is a small miracle. His return from a fireworks injury that cost him his ring finger and parts of his thumb and middle finger is a study in perseverance..."
- "Goodell asks 'football personnel' to look into catch rule" (AP) - "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has asked various 'football personnel' to examine the confusing catch rule. Goodell says Wednesday that he reached out last month to former players, coaches, general managers and others..."
- "Peyton Manning claims he hasn’t thought about 2016, sort of" (PFT) - "Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hadn’t addressed the media since a report emerged (from PFT) that he currently intends to play in 2016, and that he has told teammates he intends to come back for at least one more year."
- "Who's moving to LA? 5 things to know from the NFL owners meeting" (CBS) - "For the second time in three months, NFL owners got together to discuss the possibility of moving a team to Los Angeles and for the second time in three months, nothing was resolved."