Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North:
A rival AFC executive tells Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer he's not sure who the Browns should choose at quarterback between Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson.
Morning take: This will undoubtedly be the most important decision head coach Eric Mangini makes in his first season with the Browns. Will he get it right?
Peter Schrager of Foxsports.com wonders if the Pittsburgh Steelers can run the football better in 2009.
Morning take: Three healthy tailbacks in Willie Parker, Rashard Mendenhall and Mewelde Moore is a good step in the right direction. A bigger question is will the offensive line improve after another year of playing together?
Bob Brookover of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes former Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Stacy Andrews will be a major part of the Eagles' makeover up front.
Morning take: The Bengals wanted to keep Andrews, who left Cincinnati under a bit of controversy. But you can't blame a player for wanting to join his brother in Philadelphia and play for a title contender.
Ross Tucker of SportsIllustrated.com believes the long-term signing of Terrell Suggs was a good move.
Morning take: There aren't many who disagree with Tucker. The Ravens have a history of investing their money on the defensive side of the football, and Suggs was another example.