- "Farmer prepares for return from suspension, his seat is only getting hotter" (Plain Dealer) - "If receiver Dwayne Bowe were any more inactive during the NFL season's first three weeks he would be Ray Farmer."
- "Josh McCown bruises hand, holds onto job" (AP) - "Browns starting quarterback Josh McCown injured his right throwing hand in Sunday's loss to Oakland, but doesn't expect to miss any time. McCown isn't exactly sure when he got hurt, but guessed that his hand was stepped on in the third quarter."
- "Browns' secondary, offensive line not putting words into action" (Morning Journal) - "The secondary and offensive line, the two segments that are supposed to be the foundation of the Browns this season, are instead like a 200-pound weight around the neck of head coach Mike Pettine."
- "OAK-CLE Grades: Woodson seals win, but Mack is star" (PFF) - "It is a recipe for allowing big plays if your safeties miss the most tackles on defense, and this is what happened to the Browns yesterday. Out of the 14 missed tackles recorded by Cleveland, eight came from the trio..."
- "Bears trade DE Jared Allen to Panthers for late-round draft pick" (CBS) - "NFL trades don't happen often during the regular season, but that didn't keep the Bears and Panthers from working one out on Monday."
- "NFL to investigate Ed Hochuli's 'not old enough' comment to Cam Newton" (ESPN) - "Referee Ed Hochuli could be subject to discipline if it is proved that he told Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton he 'wasn't old enough' to get a call..."
- "Niners CB Shareece Wright seeking trade or release" (NFL.com) - "Shareece Wright has seen enough of this year's 49ers. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the fifth-year cornerback is seeking a trade out of San Francisco or his release..."
- "The NFL Panic Meter Is On" (Sports on Earth) - "Through one or two games of an NFL season, we can't predict too much about how the season will play out. Several teams have started 0-2 and won the Super Bowl, plenty of players have gotten off to rough starts..."