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AFC North and NFL Roundup: Week of Jan. 7-11

Posted Jan 7, 2013

We'll round up the biggest stories from AFC North enemy territory each day. We'll also bring you any NFL national news and updates on former Ravens, if there's something to pass along.


Tuesday, Jan. 8

Steelers10 Ways To Fix The Steelers
With the Steelers going through their offseason process after missing the playoffs, the Pittsburgh Tribune’s Alan Robinson has offered a list of 10 things to “fix the Steelers.” At the top of the priority  list is fixing the running game, finding a way to stay healthier and stabilizing the offensive line. [Pittsburgh Tribune]

BrownsBrowns Could Make Run At Saban
The Cleveland Browns are continuing their coaching search, and one of the candidates they may go after is Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban, who is fresh off his third national championship in the last four seasons. Saban had previously indicated he didn’t want to leave Alabama for an NFL job. [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

BengalsOffseason Questions Start With Dalton
The Cincinnati Bengals head into an offseason with a number of questions, and one of the big ones centers on quarterback Andy Dalton. The quarterback has led the Bengals to playoff appearances in back-to-back season, but he has struggled in big games, which has drawn some concern. [Cincinnati Enquirer]

NFLReport: RGIII Tore ACL, MCL
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III left Sunday’s game with a right knee injury, which could potentially be serious. The rookie quarterback reportedly has a torn ACL and MCL, and he is going to visit Dr. James Andrews to get further evaluations. [SI.com]

Monday, Jan. 7

SteelersDifficult Decisions Await The Steelers
As the Pittsburgh Steelers head into the offseason, the front office will be faced with a number of difficult decisions. The team has 18 unrestricted and six restricted free agents this offseason, which will place a burden on the team’s salary cap situation.  [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

BrownsKelly Opts To Stay At Oregon
Oregon Coach Chip Kelly appeared to be one of the top candidates to make a jump to the NFL this offseason, and the Cleveland Browns were one of his main suitors. But after meeting with the Browns and the Eagles, Kelly opted to stay at Oregon and the Browns moved on in their coaching search. [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

BengalsBengals Season Comes To A Close
For the second straight season, the Cincinnati Bengals saw their season come to a close in Houston in a playoff loss to the Texans. The Bengals fell to the Texans 19-13 this weekend, setting up a divisional round matchup between Houston and the New England Patriots. [Cincinnati Enquirer]

NFLRedskins Fall To Seahawks
The Washington Redskins saw their season come to an end Sunday in Landover with a 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The loss, however, wasn’t the big story from the game, as the main talking point was the fact that quarterback Robert Griffin III played through a knee injury and eventually had to leave the game after his knee buckled in the fourth quarter.  [SI.com]

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