- "Why Hue Jackson was the best coaching hire the Browns could hope for" (WKNR) - "He was their first choice and it was imperative for owner Jimmy Haslam to prove he could close a deal and bring home his first choice."
- "Why Hue Jackson Will Get the Cleveland Browns Back on Track" (numberFire) - "Sometimes the right decision is the most obvious one. When the options are clear-cut and have no shades of grey, these are simple questions with simple solutions."
- "Hue Jackson's former players appear to love him" (OBR) - "The hire hasn't even been made official and already former players are expressing their love for Hue Jackson. Jackson, who has reportedly agreed to become the next head coach of the Cleveland Browns..."
- "If Joe Thomas leaves the Browns, the ripple effect would be huge" (ESPN) - "Leadership, dependability, professionalism and a level of excellence not seen on the Cleveland Browns' offensive line in decades. That's what the Browns stand to lose if left tackle Joe Thomas..."
- "Synthetic marijuana caused Chandler Jones to seek medical help" (Boston Globe) - "Chandler Jones had a bad reaction to synthetic marijuana leading to his admittance to Norwood Hospital Sunday, a source familiar with the situation told the Globe Wednesday."
- "No practice for Roethlisberger Wednesday" (PFT) - "Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said Tuesday that the plan was to take his right shoulder injury 'day-by-day' as the team moves closer to Sunday’s game against the Broncos and that he hoped to get some practice time in on Wednesday."
- "Chargers examining framework of L.A. stadium deal" (NFL.com) - "Chargers owner Dean Spanos has one year to exercise his option to join the Rams in the Inglewood stadium that is due to open in 2019. It doesn't sound like he will take even a month to decide."
- "St. Louis is better off without an NFL team" (Sports On Earth) - "The Rams were in Los Angeles for nearly 50 years, and there is a certain symmetry to them returning; it is difficult for some to feel too badly for St. Louis for losing the team many believe they stole from Los Angeles in the first place."