Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
The Baltimore Ravens are stacking their free-agent board for 2011.
Morning take: The Ravens made a big trade to acquire receiver Anquan Boldin last offseason. Will Baltimore make another splash this year?
Cincinnati Bengals receiver and pending free agent Terrell Owens says something is "not right" with his soon-to-be former team.
Morning take: This has not been a good offseason for the Bengals. Quarterback Carson Palmer wants out, the team fired its offensive coordinator and various players have lashed out about the franchise.
With the departure of Frank Summers and possible departure of Mewelde Moore, are the Pittsburgh Steelers thinning at running back?
Morning take: I like the combination of Rashard Mendenhall and a developing Isaac Redman in Pittsburgh. Perhaps finding a scat back to replace Moore's role would be needed in the draft. But it's not a necessity.
Can Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy compare to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers?
Morning take: Let's not start making these comparisons. Both will run a West Coast offense and no one does it better right now than Rodgers. Playing at such a consistently high level is something McCoy can aspire to.
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