- "Blandino admits ‘bad visual’ but maintains right call made on Duke Johnson fumble" (PFT) - "Duke Johnson came out of the pile with his own fumble in last week’s game at Washington, but officials ruled on the field that the ball had been recovered by Redskins linebacker Will Compton."
- "Culture change gets necessary push with response to off-field troubles of Josh Gordon, Alvin Bailey, Armonty Bryant" (C-T) - "I suppose I should be surprised the Browns are 0-4. For as bad as they’ve been since returning in 1999, this is only their fourth 0-4 start."
- "Crowell sends 1st game check to Dallas Fallen Officers and finds daylight out of the darkness" (Plain Dealer) - "Sergeant Demetrick Pennie, President of Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation, got a call from his pubic relations officer last week saying he received a big check from Browns running back Isaiah Crowell."
- "If the Browns entertain trade offers for Joe Thomas, what should they ask in return?" (WKNR) - "Thomas has multiple years left on his team-friendly contract. To a Super Bowl contender seeking to protect its franchise quarterback, a first-round pick for Thomas would be worth it."
- "Carson Palmer remains in concussion protocol" (NFL.com) - "Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told reporters that the quarterback was at the team facility Tuesday, but remains in concussion protocol and is still taking tests."
- "Tomlin: NFL needs to provide 'clarity' on unsportsmanlike conduct" (CBS) - "Mike Tomlin wants clarity. Tomlin didn't rip the NFL's officials on Tuesday, but he did ask for clarity -- something most of the league would probably agree with. The issue?"
- "Ravens release seldom-used RB Forsett, who asked to leave" (AP) - "Justin Forsett has been released by the Baltimore Ravens, who complied with his request to play elsewhere."
- "Odell Beckham Jr. frustrated, says he's 'not having fun anymore'" (ESPN) - "Odell Beckham Jr. is frustrated with the increased amount of attention on his behavior during games and said he is ‘not having fun anymore’ playing football."