Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians would like to throw more next season.
Morning take: Winning comes first and Pittsburgh had good balance during last year's Super Bowl run. Roethlisberger threw for 3,200 yards in 12 games and probably would've had back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons if not for a four-game suspension. Throwing for 5,000 yards won't happen in Pittsburgh.
The Baltimore Ravens met with former University of Pittsburgh receiver Jonathan Baldwin.
Morning take: We recently talked with Baldwin and he believes he can help a team at the next level. The Ravens need more playmakers at receiver, and Baldwin has the size and physical tools.
Is Georgia receiver A.J. Green the choice at No. 4 for the Cincinnati Bengals?
Morning take: Chad Ochocinco could be on the trading block this offseason. So picking Green would fill the spot as Cincinnati's No. 1 receiver. We will have a breakdown of Green's strengths and weaknesses later today in the AFC North blog. Don't miss it.
Former Cleveland Browns head coach Butch Davis is making an impact in this year's NFL draft.
Morning take: Davis, who now coaches at North Carolina, has several top prospects in this year's draft, such as defensive end Robert Quinn. Davis was 24-34 before resigning in Cleveland, but he's been very successful during his college stints.