Friday, April 16, 2010
Morning take: Hines Ward talks retirement
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
Morning take: If that happens next season, Ward said that's it. But with the way things are going this offseason for Pittsburgh, a Super Bowl run in 2010 is on very shaky ground.
- Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward said he will be ready to retire after winning one more Super Bowl.
Morning take: "Big Gronk" is flying under the radar but he can play the position. Yet, like so many other tight ends in this draft, Gronkowski has a history of injuries.
- Is Arizona tight end Rob Gronkowski a sleeper pick for the Baltimore Ravens?
Morning take: Barring a trade, which the Browns have looked into, it appears they will seek help on defense.
Morning take: Not in the first round, because the Bengals should have higher-rated players available at No. 21. But Tate would be a great value pick for any team, including Cincinnati, in the second round.
- Should the Cincinnati Bengals take a look at Notre Dame receiver Golden Tate?