Around The AFC North: David DeCastro Ready To Start Over, Browns Wide Receivers And More


Here's a look what's going on around the Bengals division.

From Behind The Steel Curtain:

After missing his entire rookie season, Steelers guard David DeCastro seems ready for a fresh start. DeCastro was able to join the Steelers late in the year, but hasn't shown what he can do quite yet. Heading into his second year, he hopes to prove that he can be an integral part of the Steelers offensive line.

Plaxico Burress believes Antonio Brown will be one of the most feared wide receivers in the NFL and said he'll do everything in his power to bring him to the elite level in the NFL. Brown has never broken 100 yards receiving against the Bengals and has only caught one touchdown pass against them.

From Dawgs By Nature:

Wide receiver Greg Little is "doing all the right things." He struggled with drops last season, that is until the bye week, when he turned things around. According to sources, Little has been one of the most impressive players at Browns OTAs so far this offseason.

Recently signed wide receiver Davone Bess appears to be a "first down machine," based on film review. The review showed that one of Bess' best attributes is his ability to find soft spots in a defense where he can get easy first down catches. Bess has caught nine passes for 102 yards and no touchdowns in two meetings against the Bengals.

From Baltimore Beatdown:

Former Ravens quarterback Cullen Finnerty was reported missing after he didn't return from a fishing trip in Michigan. He was fishing alone and called his wife to pick him up, but he never showed up when she arrived. The only signs left of Finnerty were reportedly a fishing pole and a small boat. Search and rescue parties have been dispatched.

Dennis Pitta passed Ed Dickson on the depth chart in 2012 and had close to a Pro Bowl season. However, many feel the Ravens should lock up Dickson, who regressed in 2012 due to injuries, on a long-term deal. The folks at Baltimore Beatdown asked their readers how much they should pay to keep him around. Most voted that they would keep him around, but for less than $2 million per year.

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