- "How Collins Trade Fits Browns Plan" (OBR) - "In the first year that compensatory picks can be traded, the Browns essentially dealt the pick they expect to get for losing Alex Mack for Collins, and the right to pay him."
- "Josh Gordon out of rehab, still suspended indefinitely" (USA TODAY) - "Troubled Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon has left a rehabilitation facility after completing a 30-day stay, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed..."
- "Corey Coleman cleared to play for Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "Corey Coleman was able to return to the practice field last week on a limited basis, but couldn't catch footballs. Monday, with clearance given to return to full practice, he couldn't wait."
- "No easy answers ahead as Browns continue lost season" (ESPN) - "Perspective sometimes can be crushing. The Cleveland Browns have started the season 0-8. The last time the Browns started the season 0-8 was 1975, 41 years ago."
- "Elliott’s attorney says NFL should officially close domestic violence investigation" (PFT) - "The attorney for Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott said Monday that his client will be cleared by the NFL of any wrongdoing..."
- "Packers release a running back they traded for less than two weeks ago" (CBS) - "The Packers offense started to get back on track over the last two weeks, but the running game is still noticeably absent."
- "Time for NFL coaches to eschew playing for field goals in OT" (AP) - "An old adage in college football has been ‘never play for a field goal.’ It might be time for the pros to take heed. Particularly in overtime."
- "Injury roundup: Alex Smith did not suffer concussion" (NFL.com) - "Despite leaving Sunday's game twice due to multiple hits to the head, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith did not suffer a concussion during their win over the Colts."