- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Will the Pittsburgh Steelers draft Florida center/guard Mike Pouncey?
Morning take: Ideally, Pouncey would drop to No. 31 for Pittsburgh. But I don't see it happening. If the Steelers want Pouncey to join his twin brother, Maurkice, they will likely have to trade up.
Cleveland Browns rookie head coach Pat Shurmur is confident the team will be fine despite a lockout.
Morning take: Cleveland is one of the few teams which has to learn a new offense and new defense this offseason. Shurmur and president Mike Holmgren are confident, but the longer this goes, the worse it is for the Browns.
Today's pro day for Maryland receiver Torrey Smith will be of interest for the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Baltimore needs a deep threat but not bad enough to get one in the first round. A first-round receiver would be, at best, a No. 3 option for the Ravens. A first-round right tackle has a chance to start in Week 1.
The Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals are among the teams showing interest in Baylor guard Danny Watkins.
Morning take: Watkins is a prospect to watch for this division. To some degree, every AFC North team has questions on the offensive line, and Watkins could be a target late in the first round or early in the second round.