Morning take: Mike Tomlin looks ahead

February, 22, 2011
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North: Morning take: The Steelers have enough quality veterans to put themselves back in the hunt. But history has proven teams don't do as well coming off Super Bowl defeats.
  • The Baltimore Ravens have a draft pick in every round this year except the fifth.
Morning take: The Ravens have a chance to add plenty of youth to a veteran team. Baltimore could use help at offensive tackle and could add another pass-rusher.
  • The Cincinnati Bengals continue to remake the coaching staff, adding James Urban as receivers coach.
Morning take: Most of Cincinnati's changes this offseason have come on the offensive coaching staff. Can Jay Gruden and Urban remake the Bengals' offense?
Morning take: Because he played well before his ankle injury, Wallace felt he was shafted in Cleveland. But Colt McCoy's emergence likely means Wallace won't return.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter



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