Morning take: Steelers tight ends key?
Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
- The tight ends of the Pittsburgh Steelers could make an impact during Super Bowl XLIII against the Arizona Cardinals.
Morning take: Pittsburgh's Heath Miller has been solid in the postseason, averaging 16.5 yards per catch. He could be a sleeper in this game.
- Are the Cincinnati Bengals eyeing defensive tackles at the Senior Bowl?
Morning take: This is not a bad position to fill now that John Thornton likely won't return. But a lineman on either side would work.
- There was a LeCharles Bentley sighting in Cleveland Thursday.
Morning take: In reading this story, it doesn't sound like Bentley is too eager to return to football, which is somewhat surprising.
- Count former NFL Pro Bowler Warren Sapp among the people who feel the Baltimore Ravens must keep linebacker Ray Lewis.
Morning take: Sapp is in the majority. There aren't many who think Lewis should be in another uniform next season.