Today's AFC North required reading includes profiles of some up-and-comers in Baltimore and Cincinnati, intense draft speculation, an argument for and against the Browns trading down out of their No. 4 overall pick, and the end of three-year restricted free agency.
Bleacher Report's Cooper Allen gives us four players who could be draft-day steals for the Ravens.
The Middletown (OH) Journal's Jay Morrison spoke to the Bengals' class of free-agents, who are looking forward to making big contributions to their new team.
The Plain Dealer's Terry Pluto says that trading down was the right move for the Browns last year, but the wrong move this year.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Ed Bouchette talks about a conceit about to become extinct at midnight tonight—the three-year restricted free-agent.