Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC North:
Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher hints that he's still interested in returning to the NFL.
Morning take: Every so often one of these stories will pop up and keeps Cowher in the news. Is 2011 finally the year "Cowher Power" returns to the sidelines?
The Baltimore Ravens are still looking at receivers in the NFL draft.
Morning take: The acquisition of Anquan Boldin lowers the need for Baltimore, especially in the first round. But remember, this offseason is mostly about making sure third-year quarterback Joe Flacco reaches his full potential.
Former New Orleans Saints linebacker Scott Fujita is still celebrating his Super Bowl win.
Morning take: Good for Fujita, because he has a lot of work ahead. The Cleveland Browns are not nearly as talented as the Saints.
In another mock draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select University of Texas safety Earl Thomas.
Morning take: I don’t see this happening unless the Bengals trade up from No. 21. Usually Cincinnati isn't that type of team.