Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the top stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers first-round pick Evander "Ziggy" Hood is starting to impress during offseason workouts.
Morning take: Hood is in a good spot in Pittsburgh. He will be in the rotation at defensive line but not as a starter, which will give him reps for experience and yet enough time to learn the NFL game.
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Leon Hall pleaded guilty to reckless operation of a vehicle following an April 5 incident. He is required to perform 64 hours of community service and attend a three-day driving program.
Morning take: Now that the judicial system has run its course, it is up to the league to decide whether it wants to take further action for Hall's off-the-field misconduct.
The Baltimore Ravens are hurting at tight end.
Morning take: With starter Todd Heap (back) and backing L.J. Smith (groin) still recovering from injuries, rookie Davon Drew is getting a lot of reps this offseason. But if everyone gets healthy this summer, this could turn out to be an area of strength for Baltimore.
Cleveland Browns defensive end Corey Williams expects a much better second season with the team.
Morning take: I question if Williams, a natural 4-3 defender, will ever be fully comfortable playing in a 3-4. It will be up to the new coaching staff in Cleveland to get the best out of Williams in an unnatural role.