With the exception of Cleveland, the Ravens, Bengals, and Steelers all look to be deep enough to make a playoff run in 2010.
With the new acquisitions of Boldin and Stallworth in Baltimore, Bryant and rookie Jordan Shipley in Cincinnati, and the new, albeit limited, depth at the wide receiver position in Pittsburgh, Owens may still be most likely to land in the AFC North.
T.O. Still has no home at this point, and most of the legitimate interest in the often-troubled wide receiver has come from the AFC North division.
Chad Ochocinco has campaigned for Owens to come to Cincinnati, but to no avail.
Questions continue to be asked of Pittsburgh, who were high enough on second-year player Mike Wallace to trade Santonio Holmes away for a fifth round pick.
Despite the acquisition of Antwaan Randle El and Arnaz Battle, the Steelers are one training camp injury or less away from needing a player that will take a one-year deal and be able to contribute right away, as are the Ravens.
The Browns could definitely use the help for Jake Delhomme in an offense that has lost significant offensive weapons in recent years, including Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow.
If T.O. can convince someone that he can be a team player without making a situation worse, he could surprisingly find a home amongst the no-nonsense teams of the AFC North.