- "Browns offensive line shuffles again with return of Cam Erving" (Plain Dealer) - "As if shuffling the offensive line doesn't pose enough trouble for the Browns this weekend, they get to shuffle it against two of the league's better pass rushers, defensive tackle Jurrell Casey and outside linebacker Brian Orakpo."
- "Browns coach defends invitation to ousted Baylor coach" (AP) - "Browns coach Hue Jackson defended inviting ousted Baylor coach Art Briles to work with his team. Briles was fired by the school in May amid a sexual assault scandal involving several former football players."
- "Injuries in English: Cleveland Browns WR Corey Coleman's broken hand" (OBR) - "A broken bone in the hand of a wide receiver will certainly affect his ability to catch passes and play at the level he needs to compete in the NFL. The Browns did not offer much specificity..."
- "Will Dec. 24 be the day the Browns win their first game?" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns have a better chance of winning a coin toss than they do a game the rest of this season. That's the bottom line when examining the Browns' chances on a game-by-game basis, according to ESPN Stats & Information."
- "Injuries: Jordan Reed (concussion) sits out practice" (NFL.com) - "The Redskins tight end was officially diagnosed with a concussion and missed practice for the second straight day."
- "NFL changes Week 8 game times for Packers-Falcons, Cardinals-Panthers" (CBS) - "For the first time this season, the NFL has made a change to the 2016 schedule. The league has switched the times for two games that will kickoff on Oct. 30."
- "Tunsil says he slipped in shower, missed game due to ‘freak accident’" (PFT) - "Dolphins rookie offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil told reporters Thursday he missed last week’s loss to the Titans after ‘a freak accident’ caused him to aggravate an ankle injury."
- "Prescott exceeding all expectations in stellar start" (SI) - "In six dizzying months he has zoomed from fourth-round pick to serendipitous starter to one of the league’s top rookies, orchestrating the second-ranked offense..."