Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Expect more teams to try to emulate the Pittsburgh Steelers' blueprint after their recent string of Super Bowl appearances.
Morning take: Pittsburgh does it the right way by building through the draft. This is the lifeblood for every franchise, and the Steelers don't miss often.
It remains unclear who the Cincinnati Bengals will take at No. 4 overall.
Morning take: The Bengals can be unpredictable when it comes to personnel. They could go defensive end, receiver or quarterback in the first round.
The Baltimore Ravens are in search of bigger cornerbacks.
Morning take: The Ravens have speed corners but not physical corners. The last one they had was Chris McAlister, who worked out well.
The Cleveland Browns have met with LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson at the NFL combine.
Morning take: The thought of cornerback Joe Haden and Peterson together could be intriguing, but the Browns have bigger needs. Cleveland spent its first two picks on the secondary last year, so this would be more of a luxury.