The fifth post in this series explaining the compensatory pick possibilities for each team takes a look at the remaining teams in the AFC North.
Click here to review the Unrestricted Free Agents lost and signed by each team during the qualifying period of the 2009 offseason.
Click here to read why Cleveland will not receive a comp pick this year.
Cincinnati — The Bengals will receive a comp pick for the loss of T.J. Houshmandzadeh, and it almost certainly will be in the third round. If Laveranues Coles counts in the equation, the Bengals will not receive another comp pick. If Coles does not count, they also will receive a comp pick for Stacy Andrews, in either the fourth or fifth round. Click here and scroll down to read about why Coles might not count in the equation.
Baltimore — The Ravens signed four players who will qualify and lost four players who will qualify, so they will not receive a true comp pick. They might receive a "net value" comp pick, if the combined value of the players they lost is sufficiently higher than the combined value of the players they signed. Whether that is the case will be determined by the final values of the players involved.
Pittsburgh — The Steelers lost three qualifying players and didn't sign any, so they will receive three comp picks. They should receive a fifth-round comp pick for Bryant McFadden, a fifth or sixth (most likely a fifth) for Nate Washington and a seventh for Byron Leftwich.