Required Reading: Links to the Best in AFC North Coverage, 7/10 Edition
Today's AFC North Required Reading includes more Ed Reed drama, a Bengals pep rally controversy, another wide receiver the Browns should look into and what else an improved Steelers offensive line can do for their bottom line.
Bleacher Report's Shawn Brubaker gives us his 2012 stat predictions for certain key Baltimore Ravens players.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk breaks down the latest development in the quasi-feud between Ravens safety Ed Reed and the team higher-ups. Reed may or may not show up for this month's training camp, but as Florio points out, the former is more likely and is also why the team isn't worried about Reed actually holding out this season.
Chris Roling of Bleacher Report lists six new Cincinnati Bengals who are going to have impressive showings at training camp.
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The Bengals are holding their camp in Cincinnati for the first time ever this year. As such, the team has invited season ticket holders to a training camp pep rally—it's just going to cost them 10 dollars each, per Cincinnati.com.
Matt Fitzgerald of Bleacher Report says the Cleveland Browns must aggressively pursue wide receiver Josh Gordon in Thursday's supplemental draft; my take on this will come later on Tuesday.
The Browns are at least a little interested in Gordon—according to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, the team will be attending Gordon's Tuesday workout in Houston.
Bleacher Report's Mike Batista gives us six veteran free agents the Pittsburgh Steelers should consider bringing in for training camp.
Jamison Hensley of ESPN points out that an improved Steelers offensive line doesn't just keep quarterback Ben Roethlisberger upright more often or help their run game—it will boost their red-zone productivity as well.
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