Brandon Weeden to talk Cleveland Browns on 'NFL AM'

Brandon Weeden has two preseason games with the Cleveland Browns under his belt. But can the quarterback handle being grilled by the "NFL AM" crew? Tune in to NFL Network at 6 a.m. ET Monday to hear what the rookie signal-caller has to say about the Browns' prospects this season. Shalise Manza Young, the Boston Globe's New England Patriots beat writer, and former NFL running back Ahman Green will also join the program.

Here's what else is on tap Monday:

» Week 2 of the preseason provided starting players a few more opportunities to make an impression. Daniel Jeremiah runs through all of the action and tells us what we learned.

» Andrew Luck's second preseason game with the Indianapolis Colts was much rockier than his first. Aditi Kinkhabwala weighs in on the Colts' rookie quarterback following a 26-24 loss Sunday to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

» The New York Giants' pass rush left Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow dazed and confused in the New York Jets' 26-3 loss on Saturday. But Adam Schein writes the responsibility for the Jets' offensive woes doesn't rest with either player. The real culprit? Offensive tackle Wayne Hunter.

» Maurice Jones-Drew isn't budging on his holdout with the Jacksonville Jaguars. But new coach Mike Mularkey isn't concerned about his star running back's status, Steve Wyche writes.

» Peyton Manning's stats weren't stellar in the Denver Broncos' 30-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. But Gregg Rosenthal writes that a close inspection of Manning's performance reveals plenty of reasons to be optimistic.

» rounds up the latest injury news from around the league, including Colts wide receiver Austin Collie suffering concussion symptoms on Sunday night.

» Happy birthday to Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston, who turns 29 on Monday.

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