- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin anticipates competing for another championship in 2011.
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?
Cleveland Browns backup quarterback and pending free agent Seneca Wallace wants a chance to be a starter.
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.