Wednesday, March 23, 2011
AFC North links: Lewis knocks Ochocinco
By ESPN.com staff
If the lockout pushes the start of training camp into late summer, the Ravens might move their public practices from McDaniel College to M&T Bank Stadium.
Sergio Kindle would be subject to the NFL’s personal conduct policy if he is found guilty of a driving under the influence charge during the league’s lockout, reports the Baltimore Sun.
Marvin Lewis, reacting to wideout Chad Ochocinco's MLS soccer tryout, said, “How does he do at anything? What has he ever done that he’s completed? What circle has he ever connected in any way?”
Owner Mike Brown would like to see fewer instant replay challenges "because I like the game to be uninterrupted."
Cornerback Joe Haden said that despite the lockout, he and his teammates are still working out hard -- and sometimes together. Haden has traveled to California to train with T.J. Ward and Eric Wright and to Florida to work with Abe Elam, according to Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer.
GM Tom Heckert and coach Pat Shurmur missed Georgia receiver A.J. Green's pro day workout Tuesday.
Coach Mike Tomlin suggested a prolonged lockout might be an advantage for the Steelers within their division.
Federal agents searched the practice of Dr. Richard Rydze, a former Steelers doctor once linked to a human growth hormone investigation.