Required Reading: Links to the Best in AFC North Coverage, 8/6 Edition
Today's AFC North Required Reading includes injury bugs continuing to bite the Bengals' secondary, an update on the ongoing battle for the Ravens' starting kicker job, a major loss for the Browns and the latest, albeit minor, injury affecting Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Mike Fast of Bleacher Report breaks down the first full week of Baltimore Ravens' training camp and gives us the four biggest takeaways thus far.
One of the biggest battles to watch at Ravens' training camp is between kickers Justin Tucker and Billy Cundiff; the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz breaks down the latest here.
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Bleacher Report's Matt Gray says that Armon Binns has broken out as the front runner in the battle for the Cincinnati Bengals' No. 2 wide receiver job.
The Bengals keep getting bad news when it comes to their cornerbacks. First, camp standout Brandon Ghee is projected to miss the rest of camp and the preseason with a wrist injury, and now rookie Shaun Prater is out for the entire season with a knee injury. As a result, the Bengals added free agent corner T.J. Heath for depth and moved rookie Taveon Rogers from receiver to cornerback.
Barbara Bruno of Bleacher Report details reasons why the sale of the Cleveland Browns could set back their ongoing rebuilding efforts.
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What could set the Browns back immediately is the season-ending Achilles injury suffered this weekend by starting linebacker Chris Gocong; Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Gocong could have surgery as early as today.
Bleacher Report's Joseph Bruno gives us the positions to keep the closest eye on in the Pittsburgh Steelers' first preseason game, which is scheduled for this Thursday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was held out of practice on Sunday after suffering a mild ankle injury in practice on Saturday. According to Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Roethlisberger's foot was stepped on and is bruised but not sprained.
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