Morning take: AFC North Q&As
Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North:
- Should the Cleveland Browns consider using two quarterbacks in the regular season?
Morning take: Absolutely not. This isn't college, where a coach like Steve Spurrier can get away with shuffling quarterbacks at his choosing. The Browns have the entire offseason, training camp and preseason to evaluate Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn, and they should stick with one quarterback once a decision is made.
- Here is a Q&A on the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times seems particularly impressed with rookie tailback Cedric Peerman, who has raised some eyebrows in Baltimore this offseason.
- Here is a Q&A from Pittsburgh Steelers rookie cornerback Keenan Lewis.
Morning take: Lewis said he feels lucky to be able to join a title contender in Pittsburgh. Will he be able to contribute?
- Former Cincinnati Bengal and current NFL analyst Solomon Wilcots is not a fan of the recent antics of receiver Chad Ochocinco.
Morning take: Ochocinco is putting the spotlight and a lot of undue pressure on himself to perform well this season. Coming off one of the worst seasons of his career, it remains to be seen if this is a smart move.