Thursday, May 20, 2010
Morning take: Ray Rice's resolve
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
Morning take: Adversity can often breed character, and Rice is a good example of how mental toughness translates on the gridiron.
Morning take: Ward has taken it slow for the past few offseasons. The coaching staff trusts that Ward will be ready when it counts.
Morning take: Jones is out to prove that he's changed as a person. If Jones is correct, it could pay dividends for the Bengals' secondary.
- New Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones says he is giving up the "Pacman" nickname.
Morning take: The Browns ran the Wildcat last year with Josh Cribbs but struggled throwing from the formation. Wallace's ability to throw could change that.
- The Cleveland Browns may run the Wildcat offense next season with backup quarterback Seneca Wallace.