- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
The Pittsburgh Steelers met with Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson, who is a projected first-round pick.
Morning take: Readers of the blog know how I feel about Pittsburgh's need for a cornerback. I like Wilson, but will he be the best available player at No. 18? I'm not sure.
Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Troy Smith recently switched to new agent Neil Cornrich.
Morning take: Smith, a restricted free agent, has been unable to work out a trade with only a few weeks left in free agency. Urgency to get a starting opportunity elsewhere likely contributed to this move.
The Cleveland Browns were among the many teams checking out the workout of Texas quarterback Colt McCoy.
Morning take: It's no secret by now that Cleveland likes McCoy's accuracy. Is he the future quarterback of the Browns?
Can the Cincinnati Bengals win the AFC North in 2010?
Morning take: I'm not making any firm predictions until at least training camp. But Chick Ludwig of the Cincinnati Enquirer is already on board with the Bengals.