Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
The offensive challenge begins for new Cincinnati Bengals assistant Jay Gruden.
Morning take: The biggest question is who is the quarterback. Can Gruden help convince Carson Palmer to play in Cincy next season?
It's Pittsburgh's Dick LeBeau versus Green Bay's Dom Capers on defense in Super Bowl XLV.
Morning take: Capers learned under LeBeau, so expect to see a lot of similarities Sunday. Both defenses are very good. Do not expect a high-scoring shootout.
The Baltimore Ravens' 2010 draft was incomplete.
Morning take: Baltimore didn't get much of a boost from top picks Sergio Kindle and Terrence Cody as rookies. Both were expected to provide immediate impacts but didn't for different reasons.
Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Colt McCoy is already learning head coach Pat Shurmur's new offense.
Morning take: McCoy has to get the work in immediately because of the pending lockout. If a new CBA isn't reached in March, coaches and players cannot work on learning a new scheme.