Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
How much does Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco, 33, have left in the tank?
Morning take: Ochocinco is no longer in his prime, but I believe he can still be a good receiver in the right situation. With the Bengals expected to release him, expect Ochocinco to generate interest from several contenders.
Speaking of receivers, Cleveland Browns rookie receiver Greg Little will join his teammates for the next passing camp.
Morning take: This is a much-needed move for Little, who missed his final year of college due to a suspension. The West Coast offense is built on timing, and Little needs to get that part down with young quarterback Colt McCoy.
The Baltimore Ravens are not afraid to start first-round picks early.
Morning take: Rookie corner Jimmy Smith should be next in line in 2011. The Ravens are very good at finding first-rounders who are NFL ready.
Where do the Pittsburgh Steelers rank as an organization?
Morning take: I don't want to give away the full story, but it's no surprise the Steelers are near the top of the NFL. Pittsburgh is annually in contention and makes great decisions on the field and in the offseason.