- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
The Baltimore Ravens could add defensive linemen in the NFL draft.
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.
The NFL plans to further investigate Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger before making a decision on a possible suspension.
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.
Are the Cleveland Browns primed to make a draft-day deal?
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.