Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren says he's looking for a "home-run hitter" at the NFL combine.
Morning take: Does that mean he's looking for a home run receiver and a home run defensive end? That is the question.
The rebuilding Cincinnati Bengals enter the combine with a lot of needs.
Morning take: FoxSports' Adam Caplan lists seven, and that doesn't include quarterback with Carson Palmer's potential retirement. The draft will help, but this is at least a two-year rebuilding effort in Cincinnati.
Receiver Donte' Stallworth is open to returning to the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Stallworth's early foot injury set him back and he was never able to find a firm role in the offense. The Ravens need speed and the pending free agent has it.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a free-agent decision to make with 31-year-old cornerback Ike Taylor.
Morning take: The Steelers are thin at corner, so that could lead to Taylor returning. But I could also see age and the price tag for corners causing a potential separation.