AFC North links: Ochocinco prepping Pryor

Baltimore Ravens

Due to uncertainty over the lockout, the Ravens decided to move their 2011 training camp to their facility in Owings Mills from McDaniel College in Westminster.

Even though Terrell Suggs thought the idea of a rookie wage scale was "the biggest baloney [he] had ever heard" when he was coming into the league, he now hopes it's a part of a new CBA.

Cincinnati Bengals

Chad Ochocinco and Steelers wideout Antonio Brown have been working out with former Buckeyes quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who hopes to be selected in the upcoming NFL supplemental draft. All three players are clients of agent Drew Rosenhaus.

If Carson Palmer doesn't return, the team could look to Cedric Benson to carry the offense.

Cleveland Browns

Pryor, whom the Browns are reportedly interested in, may have made a mistake by not playing in the UFL or CFL for a year and then entering the 2012 draft, according to Matthew J. Darnell. Greg Billing of the Springfield News-Sun says the distractions Pryor would bring would not be worth the hassle for the Browns.

Steve Doerschuk of Sporting News projects a last-place finish for the Browns in 2011.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Michael Bean examines whether Tiki Barber is angling to resume his playing career with the Steelers.