Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco isn't the only man to get the post-Super Bowl treatment from David Letterman—head coach John Harbaugh went on the Late Show on Thursday night to speak about his team's season and their Super Bowl victory. Catch the video here:
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reports that Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is fairly certain that quarterback Joe Flacco will get a new contract this offseason—even with Flacco's agent, Joe Linta, saying that Flacco deserves to be the highest-paid player at his position.
Bleacher Report's James Reagan suggests that Flacco ignore Linta's claims and agree to a less-expensive contract, simply to allow the team to pay other integral, soon-to-be free agents.
Cincy Jungle's Josh Kirkendall says that the Cincinnati Bengals should avoid taking a running back in the first round of the draft, despite their need to bring in a younger, faster player at the position.
Bleacher Report's Sean O'Donnell presents the five Bengals free agents that need to return to the team in 2013.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Cleveland Browns coaching staff is now complete. They announced the hirings of strength and conditioning coaches Chris DiSanto and Derik Keyes and special assistant to the head coach, Steve Gera, on Thursday.
Terry Pluto of the Plain Dealer breaks down how much Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden worked out of the shotgun in 2012 compared to how often he did so in college, determining that Pat Shurmur's West Coast offense wasn't right for the rookie. He also adds that the team does not view Colt McCoy as a "viable starting option" and won't have him involved with the impending quarterback competition.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receivers coach Scottie Montgomery will be leaving the team to become Duke's new offensive coordinator, reports Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.