Tuesday, March 22, 2011
AFC North links: Brown won't shop Palmer
By ESPN.com staff
The Baltimore Sun has a Q&A with owner Steve Bisciotti in which they cover the labor dispute, Tom Zbikowski's boxing career, what the team can do to beat the Steelers in the playoffs and more.
Bisciotti is expected to vote in favor of the proposal to move kickoffs from the 30-yard line to the 35.
Speaking at the league's annual meetings, Bengals president Mike Brown said, "I haven't talked to any other team about [Carson Palmer] and I have no plans to trade him."
The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero writes that Palmer would be a great fit for the Dolphins.
Browns president Mike Holmgren said he'd vote against the proposed change in starting point for kickoffs.
Jacyln Fujita, the wife of linebacker Scott Fujita, wrote an article in The Nation detailing some of the challenges, such as long-term health care, NFL families face.
Steelers president Art Rooney II is against expanding the use of instant replay and he thinks the league needs to slow down with the new safety proposals.
Scott Brown of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review looks at whether the Steelers should consider trading up in the first round to take Florida offensive lineman Mike Pouncey.