- "Berea police release 911 call from woman who accused Browns offensive line coach" (Plain Dealer) - "The woman who accused Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller of assaulting her said he 'tried to strangle me and beat me up' late Saturday at his Berea home."
- "New Browns QB signing spells relief" (C-T) - "Johnny Manziel is throwing again and confident he’ll be ready if called upon Sunday when the season opens against the New York Jets. The Browns signed quarterback Austin Davis anyway. He was cut by St. Louis on Saturday."
- "On his way to four-game NFL suspension, Browns GM Ray Farmer suffers brutal weekend" (WKNR) - "In one of his last acts before serving his four-game suspension, Browns GM Ray Farmer traded running back Terrance West on Sunday to the Tennessee Titans for a conditional seventh-round draft pick."
- "Should Browns fans be worried about GM Ray Farmer?" (DPD) - "It was quite the Labor Day weekend for the Cleveland Browns, with roster cuts, a trade, player signings, and a suspension for an assistant coach, all as the club prepares for Sunday’s season-opening game against the New York Jets."
- "Eagles try out quarterbacks Josh Johnson, Thad Lewis" (PFT) - "The Eagles have kicked the tires on a couple of quarterbacks. Josh Johnson and Thaddeus Lewis both tried out with the Eagles today."
- "Goodell unwilling to give up final say in discipline process" (AP) - "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is willing to lessen his role in the player discipline process, but he's still reluctant to give up final say."
- "Brandon Spikes among five free agents suspended by NFL" (ESPN) - "Free-agent linebacker Brandon Spikes, who spent a portion of the 2015 offseason with the New England Patriots..."
- "Patriots reportedly taped 40 teams from 2000-2007" (CBS) - "ESPN's Outside the Lines released a lengthy report on Tuesday concerning the Patriots and NFL during the time from Spygate until Deflategate as well as Roger Goodell's handling of those two crises."