AFC North: Keith Gilbertson

Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:

  • Former Baltimore Ravens kicker Matt Stover will play in another Super Bowl--this time as a member of the Indianapolis Colts.
Morning take: Considering the history, I know there is some natural animosity in Baltimore toward the Colts. But Stover should give Ravens fans a reason to cheer on Sunday.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison sealed a 41-34 win for the AFC with a fourth-quarter interception in the Pro Bowl.
Morning take: A Pittsburgh defender closes out a game in the fourth quarter? Go figure.

  • Gil Haskell, a longtime friend and former assistant under Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren, is expected to join the team as a possible adviser.
Morning take: First Keith Gilbertson, now Haskell. Am I the only person who finds it curious that Holmgren is stockpiling his old coaching staff?

Morning take: I doubt you will guess this one. So go ahead and click the link.

Browns add four to front office

January, 20, 2010
The Cleveland Browns added four people to their front office Wednesday. Jon Sandusky, Keith Gilbertson, John Spytek and A.J. Durso will all join the team in various roles.

Sandusky and Gilbertson are the two biggest additions, as the pair will lead the personnel department. Sandusky worked with Browns general manager Tom Heckert with the Philadelphia Eagles, while Gilberston worked with Cleveland president Mike Holmgren when they were with the Seattle Seahawks.

Spytek will be a personnel executive for the Browns, and Durso joins Cleveland as a pro scout.

In other Browns news, the team signed free agent defensive back Chris Roberson for the 2010 season.