Morning take: Ravens eye D-line

April, 15, 2010
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North: Morning take: With the exception of Haloti Ngata, Baltimore's D-line is an aging unit. Luckily for the Ravens, that's arguably the deepest position in this year's draft.
Morning take: I would be surprised at this point if Roethlisberger isn’t suspended. It will be interesting next week to see Pittsburgh's opponent(s) to start the 2010 season.
Morning take: The Browns and Steelers are two teams likely to make a move next week. Cleveland has to find its quarterback of the future, and it likely will come after the first round.

  • Should the Cincinnati Bengals draft receiver Dez Bryant at No. 21?
Morning take: If Bryant falls, that would be a good value pick. However, the Denver Broncos' trade of Brandon Marshall now makes them the favorite to select Bryant at No. 11.

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