Morning take: Quinn or Anderson?

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North:

  • A rival AFC executive tells Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer he's not sure who the Browns should choose at quarterback between Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson.

Morning take: This will undoubtedly be the most important decision head coach Eric Mangini makes in his first season with the Browns. Will he get it right?

Morning take: Three healthy tailbacks in Willie Parker, Rashard Mendenhall and Mewelde Moore is a good step in the right direction. A bigger question is will the offensive line improve after another year of playing together?

  • Bob Brookover of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes former Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Stacy Andrews will be a major part of the Eagles' makeover up front.

Morning take: The Bengals wanted to keep Andrews, who left Cincinnati under a bit of controversy. But you can't blame a player for wanting to join his brother in Philadelphia and play for a title contender.

  • Ross Tucker of SportsIllustrated.com believes the long-term signing of Terrell Suggs was a good move.

Morning take: There aren't many who disagree with Tucker. The Ravens have a history of investing their money on the defensive side of the football, and Suggs was another example.