Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the top stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Center and seventh-round pick A.Q. Shipley is thrilled to be with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Morning take: Because of his pedigree, the Moon Township native and former Penn State center has a chance to become a fan favorite in Pittsburgh. But Shipley must first prove he can play at the next level.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer says it's his goal to win the Super Bowl.
Morning take: Palmer is extremely confident in his team this season. It will be interesting to see if that optimism translates to on-the-field success.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Quinn Sypniewski is on the road to recovery after major knee surgery last year.
Morning take: Sypniewski was a decent addition to Baltimore's offense when healthy. But in the past couple of months, the Ravens signed veteran tight end L.J. Smith and drafted Davon Drew, putting Sypniewski's roster spot at risk this summer.
Newly-signed cornerback Roderick Hood is expected to compete for a starting job with the Cleveland Browns.
Morning take: Last year, young corners Brandon McDonald and Eric Wright had no starting-caliber players behind them when they struggled. Now competition at the position should help the Browns.