AFC North links: Why trade McCoy now?

June, 25, 2012
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Baltimore Ravens

Despite concerns from outsiders, guard Marshal Yanda thinks the Ravens' offensive line will be just fine this season, writes Garrett Downing of the team's website.

Cincinnati Bengals

NFL.com's Brian McIntyre says Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham could break out this season in Year 2 of Jay Gruden's offense.

Cleveland Browns

Quarterback Colt McCoy might indeed get traded, but it's puzzling as to why some believe it's coming before the Browns open camp July 28, writes Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "While it's naive to think the organization won't weigh offers between now and then, it makes sense to carry Brandon Weeden, McCoy and Seneca Wallace into training camp and let them play in exhibitions. There are quarterbacks bound to get hurt in preseason. One might be Weeden."

Pittsburgh Steelers

Safety Myron Rolle spent a recent afternoon shadowing Steelers neurosurgeon Joseph Maroon, writes Teresa Varley of the team's website.

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