- "Josh Gordon has no plans to ask for a trade after the season" (Plain Dealer) - "Josh Gordon has experienced the thrill of victory only 10 times in his 35 games with the Browns since 2012, but he says he has no plans to ask out after the season."
- "Joe Schobert, a Pro Bowl alternate, focused on growth" (Browns.com) - "Earlier this year, Browns coach Hue Jackson was willing to tell anybody who'd listen that second-year linebacker Joe Schobert was on the cusp of a big season."
- "Browns admire how DeShone Kizer has handled ‘scars’ from rookie season" (ABJ) - "Kizer acknowledged Wednesday he’s encountered more adversity as a rookie with the Browns than some NFL quarterbacks endure in an entire career."
- "Browns Film Room: Hey Hue, you had a good run game vs the Ravens" (WFNY) - "Not much went right for the Browns, especially on offense. But, the run game was pretty good against the talented run game."
- "Bears' Trubisky tries to keep hometown Browns winless" (AP) - "Consider Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky more of a casual fan of the Browns than a die-hard loyalist growing up near Cleveland."
- "Cleveland Browns vs. Chicago Bears | NFL Week 16 Game Preview" (NFL.com) - "The Cleveland Browns look to get their first win of the season when they travel to Chicago to take on Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears." - VIDEO
- "Injuries: Kelvin Benjamin limited in Bills practice return" (NFL.com) - "Kelvin Benjamin is back on the practice field for the Buffalo Bills. The wide receiver, who sat out practice on Wednesday because of a knee injury..."
- "Seahawks fined $100K for concussion-protocol violation" (ESPN) - "The Seattle Seahawks were fined $100,000 on Thursday for violating the concussion protocol with quarterback Russell Wilson on Nov. 9 in a game against the Arizona Cardinals."
- "NFL head of officials forbids refs from using note cards to measure first downs" (CBS) - "It was fun while it lasted -- well, maybe not for the Raiders -- but the era of folded note cards being used to measure first downs is already over."