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AFC North News and Rumors
profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 17, 2013
The Ravens and Steelers won’t be renewing their rivalry on the field for several months, but they may be engaged in conflict over a free agent in the coming days. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported earlier that the Ravens have “serious interesUpvote Share Tweet
All’s been quiet on the Ahmad Bradshaw front since the Giants released the six-year veteran last month. But Bradshaw is starting to draw interest. Both the Packers and the Steelers are interested in Bradshaw’s services, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.Upvote Share TweetThere were some reports earlier this weekend that the Patriots had signed Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to an offer sheet. Those reports were quickly rebutted by those that said no offer sheet had been extended and Steele…Upvote Share TweetThe Bengals have been pretty quiet since the start of free agency. They’ve had a few players in for visits and watched a couple of others sign deals with other teams, but the only deal signed was defensive end Michael Johnson’s franchise tender. ThatUpvote Share TweetSafety Ed Reed had a long meeting with the Texans this week, but it didn’t result in a contract. That’s left Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome with a chance to make a bid to keep Reed in the only NFL uniform he’s ever worn. Newsome told Jarrett BUpvote Share TweetRavens wide receiver Jacoby Jones is going to be concentrating on dancing for the next few weeks and he’ll be doing it with $1 million in his pocket. Jones was paid his $1 million roster bonus as scheduled on Friday, via the Baltimore Sun, which shouldUpvote Share Tweet
Report: Browns “have looked into” Fred DavisThe Browns signed Gary Barnidge last week, but they may not be done addressing the tight end position. Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Browns have also “looked into” adding tight end Fred Davis to their roster. Davis is comiUpvote Share Tweet