A.J. Green is establishing himself as a team leader in just his second season, writes Joe Reedy of the Enquirer.
Third-round pick Mohamed Sanu is making a push to be the team's No. 2 receiver opposite Green, writes Sam Ingro of the National Football Authority.
The Browns will adapt their version of the West Coast offense to suit rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden's talents, writes Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer.
Cabot's position-by-position breakdown of the Browns.
Continuity will be the key to improvement for the Ravens' offense, which returns 10 starters this season, writes Matt Vensel of the Baltimore Sun.
Veteran offensive lineman Willie Colon says switching from tackle to guard should be no problem, writes Ray Fittipaldo of the Post-Gazette.
Linebacker Larry Foote, who turns 32 next month, is now an elder statesman on a defense that lost leaders James Farrior and Aaron Smith, writes Fittipaldo.
The playoff loss in Denver still motivates the Steelers, writes Joe Starkey of the Tribune-Review.
Troy Polamalu thinks about the end of his career "all the time," writes Will Brinson of CBS Sports.