Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Following the Anquan Boldin trade, the Baltimore Ravens will be limited to just five picks in this week's NFL draft.
Morning take: It’s rare for the Ravens to have this little draft capital. But rest assured, general manager Ozzie Newsome will find a way to make his team better this week.
The Cincinnati Bengals have to keep in mind future needs when making their draft selections.
Morning take: Planning to fill holes a year or two in advance is difficult when teams are trying to win this season. But the ability to think ahead is what separates the consistent and inconsistent franchises.
Receivers are not high on the Pittsburgh Steelers' draft board, according to director of football operations Kevin Colbert.
Morning take: The Steelers don’t need to panic after trading starter Santonio Holmes. But depth behind Hines Ward and Mike Wallace will be needed at some point.
With the No. 7 overall pick, the Cleveland Browns need to avoid the first-round flop.
Morning take: It sounds easy, especially when you’re sitting near the top of the draft. But the Browns need to really make sure they get this pick right so the Mike Holmgren era can get off to a good start.