- "Everything you need to know about Browns rookie QB Cody Kessler" (PFF) - "The most important aspect of Kessler’s game is his arm talent and accuracy, as well as the balance between the two. His arm strength is marginal at best, and that’s a big reason why he was seen as such a low draft prospect by many."
- "Browns defense coming along, but needs 'consistent' effort" (Browns.com) - "As a captain of the Browns defense, Demario Davis said it’s his responsibility to shoulder the way — both good and bad — the unit plays on Sundays. So after a 25-20 loss to the Ravens, the middle linebacker outlined an afternoon of high and lows."
- "Josh McCown's window deserves to stay open awhile longer" (C-T) - "Fourteen games remain in the NFL season, so there will be plenty of time to focus on the young players and the development necessary for the Browns to begin to head in the right direction."
- "Why is Duke Johnson Limited So Far?" (OBR) - "When Hue Jackson took over the Cleveland Browns he spoke of creating a power run team. Many believed that the team was lacking their version of Jeremy Hill but had their version, and better, of Giovani Bernard in Duke Johnson."
- "Coaches complained about lack of offensive holding calls" (PFT) - "Most coaches complain when too many penalties are called. Following Week One of the 2016 regular season, many coaches complained about the absence of one specific type of penalty."
- "Jimmy Garoppolo (shoulder) practices on limited basis" (ESPN) - "Jimmy Garoppolo could be active for Thursday night's home game against the Houston Texans, he was a limited participant in practice Tuesday..."
- "Andy Reid calls out Texans player, says he flopped" (CBS) - "Andy Reid is not happy with the Texans -- not just because the Chiefs lost to them Sunday, but because Reid says a Texans player intentionally flopped to draw a flag during a crucial play."
- "Next Gen Stats: Goodwin, Diggs show off speed" (NFL.com) - "Typically, one of the first aspects of the NFL about which rookies comment is the speed of the pro game. It's tough to truly understand from the television camera angle..."