Pittsburgh Steelers Bring on a Speedy Cornerback and More AFC North News
The Pittsburgh Steelers added a man to their roster on Thursday—speedy cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke, whom the Oakland Raiders released earlier this week. A project, Van Dyke was the fastest man at the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine.
As a result, the Steelers will have to make a corresponding roster move. Chances are that means rookie David DeCastro will be sent to injured reserve, albeit with the special designation that he can return after eight weeks.
Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun suggests that without linebacker Terrell Suggs in the mix, the Baltimore Ravens will be bringing more blitzes, starting this Monday night against Cincinnati.
Forget about just Week 1—Bleacher Report's Shawn Brubaker breaks down what it will take for the Ravens to make it to, and win, the Super Bowl this season.
Kevin Goheen of the Cincinnati Enquirer takes a look at the Cincinnati Bengals' first-round pick-filled secondary as they prepare to start the season strong.
Ethan Arnold of Bleacher Report gives us his predictions for all 16 of the Bengals' games this season.
It seems impossible, but Bleacher Report's Matt Fitzgerald takes it on—breaking down how the Browns could be AFC North champions this season.
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