Required Reading: Links to the Best in AFC North Coverage, 6/19 Edition
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Today's AFC North Required Reading includes a Ravens defender getting Terrell Suggs' vote of confidence, Andy Dalton emerging as a leader, Colt McCoy trade talk and some way-too-early 2013 draft predictions for the Steelers.
Phil Gentile of Bleacher Report attempts to answer the age-old question: In what areas can Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco improve the most this year?
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, injured Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is completely confident that rookie Courtney Upshaw can more than adequately replace him this season.
Bleacher Report's Kyle Newport says the Cincinnati Bengals will have the AFC's most dangerous offense this year.
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has made strides in becoming one of his team's true leaders, according to Fox Sports Ohio.
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If the Cleveland Browns do place quarterback Colt McCoy on the trading block, Bleacher Report's Chris Roling gives us five teams that should make a move for him.
Colt's brother Case apparently took seriously a tweet from a fake ESPN Twitter account that reported Colt had already been traded, responding that the Browns have gone "downhill" by replacing his brother at quarterback, per the Detroit Free Press.
Dave Bryan of Steelers Depot says that the decision of which No. 4 Steelers quarterback stays and which one goes should be made before the start of training camp. The battle likely comes down to Jerrod Johnson and Troy Smith.
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