Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun writes about Nevada defensive end/linebacker Dontay Moch, who believes he's the next Terrell Suggs.
Morning take: If Moch is half as good as Suggs, the Ravens should consider him. Moch certainly can run, posting a blazing 4.44 in the 40-yard dash.
Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer says the Browns need to stay away from the combine hype.
Morning take: Although I like the combine, many elements are overrated. If the Browns did their homework during the college football season, they already had a very good idea which players fit their system.
Geoff Hobson from the Cincinnati Bengals' website says the team remains adamant they are not trading franchise quarterback Carson Palmer.
Morning take: This is considered silly season, when you start having conflicting reports on the same story. Traditionally the Bengals have stood firm in these standoffs, but it's different when your franchise quarterback wants out.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark told CBS radio in Pittsburgh that he hopes the team retains starting cornerback Ike Taylor.
Morning take: Taylor is set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the week. With the high price for cornerbacks, chances of his return decrease if Taylor hits the open market.