Sunday, February 27, 2011
Morning take: Steelers and the No. 31 pick
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC North:
Morning take: The Steelers and Baltimore Ravens are two division teams that thrive picking later in the draft. If your scouting staff has put in the work, there is still great talent available.
Morning take: Clay Matthews is lighting up the NFL, which has helped Casey's stock. But Casey's style is different as an inside linebacker. Could he be Ray Lewis' next pupil?
Morning take: This is a good year to do it. This draft is full of good prospects at defensive end and defensive tackle, which are always needed in the physical AFC North.
Morning take: Receiver is the only position the Browns could be in the market for early on offense. But it's debatable whether that's a bigger need than defensive end.