AFC North News
We're at the midway point in the 2015 NFL season, and the draft position and needs for each team is starting to come into focus. With that lets take a look ahead and see who the Steelers may be targeting with the 2016 NFL draft rolls around.
The Ravens announced Sunday OLB Terrell Suggs will sign a contract extension that reduces his 2014 cap number. Steelers OLB LaMarr Woodley should pay attention to what is in his new deal. It seems likely he'll be asked to make a similar move.
The Ravens running back and his fiance were allegedly seen on film in a physical altercation in an Atlantic City casino. Both have been charged and released on their own recognizance.
Wilson is competing against former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler.
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson reacts harshly about officiating, Ravens fans in his team's 29-26 loss to Baltimore.
The Browns fired Mike Holmgren as part of many moves under new owner Jimmy Haslem. Holmgren took to the airwaves Thursday condemning the organization's decision to trade Trent Richardson to Indianapolis. Turns out, there's much more to it.
It's strange just how ineffective the running games were around the NFL. Within the AFC North - the first division to lose all of its opening games since the current division alignment took effect in 2002 - that trend hit especially hard.
On the strength of Ben Roethlisberger being the best quarterback in the division, NFL.com's Around the League staff picks the Steelers to regain the division title in 2013.
The Cleveland Browns could have handled the attention-grabbing request of Scott Entsminger with far less class, and they could have simply ignored it. They did the right thing in sending his widow a jersey of Lou Groza, Entsminger’s favorite player,
Bengals CB Pacman Jones is planning to surrender to police on an accusation of assault at a Cincinnati Reds game. Jones alleges he was defending himself from two drunken and unruly female autograph seekers, one of whom threw a beer bottle at him.