Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
According to the Newark Star-Ledger, agent Drew Rosenhaus sent an e-mail to every NFL team saying Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ocho Cinco (as well as Plaxico Burress and Anquan Boldin) are available for a trade.
Morning take: It's a deep trade market for receivers this year. That's even more reason the Bengals will not get nearly as much for Ocho Cinco as they could have last year.
Pending free agent linebacker/defensive Terrell Suggs says he's hopeful to return to the Baltimore Ravens, Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times writes.
Morning take: Of all of Baltimore's pending free agents, I am most convinced that Suggs will not leave the Ravens' nest.
Steelers linebacker Larry Foote tells John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review he has no interest in joining the Detroit Lions, despite a report saying otherwise.
Morning take: I missed this report/rumor. But not even a home-town return would make Foote want to leave the league's best team to the league's worst.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer introduces the Browns' new offensive quality control coach: George McDonald.
Morning take: McDonald's background is with receivers at the University of Minnesota. His next assignment will be getting Braylon Edwards back on track.