Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Morning take: As Anquan Boldin and the Arizona Cardinals also found out, most teams have smartened up on the going rate for receivers. I've said for a long time that offenses should be built from the inside out, and thus receivers are final link in the chain -- not the most important. It appears the days of getting a first- and third-round pick for that position could be nearing an end.
The Cincinnati Bengals have a new motto for this season: "Fight back!"
Morning take: And I saw a lot of fighting at last week's three-day minicamp. Sure, it was amongst teammates. But it could help make the Bengals a tougher team in the long run.
Former Baltimore Ravens return specialist B.J. Sams was taken last week in the UFL draft by San Francisco.
Morning take: Sams was an exciting returner in Baltimore until breaking his leg in 2007. Let's see if he's able to jumpstart his career again outside of the NFL.
The Pittsburgh Steelers only have two unsigned draft picks remaining.
Morning take: First-rounder Evander "Ziggy" Hood and third-rounder Kraig Urbik are those two players, and no one expects any issues with them in the next six weeks.