While Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison awaits word on his fate in Pittsburgh, he's decided to join a new team. According to Kevin Patra of NFL.com, Harrison has taken up with the "Ball Busters" dodgeball team, announcing on Twitter he has signed "a one-year deal."
That's one way to fight off the boredom of the offseason and find a distraction from his uncertain fate with the Steelers.
Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs will be rehabbing his torn biceps and does not need offseason surgery.
Bleacher Report's Jesse Reed says that the Ravens must give quarterback Joe Flacco a long-term deal to have any chance to repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer continues his Cincinnati Bengals positional reviews with the wide receivers.
Jason Marcum of Stripe Hype breaks down what ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper, Jr. had to say about the Bengals in his latest conference call.
Bud Shaw of the Cleveland Plain Dealer attempts to calm the concerns that Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam will be absent from the team's decision-making now that he's resumed his role as Pilot Flying J CEO.
Bleacher Report's Andy McNamara gives us the latest Browns salary cap breakdown.
Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that linebacker James Harrison's agent, Bill Parise, has yet to hear from the Pittsburgh Steelers about Harrison restructuring his contract or taking a pay cut.
Bleacher Report's Chris G. says that the new additions to the Steelers' coaching staff will only make the team that much better.