Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North:
Free-agent linebacker Larry Foote is strongly considering a return to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Morning take: One year ago Foote wanted out of Pittsburgh due to a reduced role. Is he more willing to accept a backup position now?
Are we overlooking Baltimore Ravens 2009 second-round pick Paul Kruger?
Morning take: I've learned not to reach a conclusion on a player after the first season. In Pittsburgh it's often called the "Troy Polamalu rule." Kruger's rookie season wasn't much but it doesn't mean he won't continue to develop.
Former Cleveland Browns linebacker Kamerion Wimbley was traded to the Oakland Raiders for a third-round pick in 2010.
Morning take: Many players' careers go downhill once they go to Oakland. Wimbley hopes he can jumpstart his in the black hole.
Is there still a chance receiver Terrell Owens lands with the Cincinnati Bengals?
Morning take: Not likely. Cincinnati made its choice with Antonio Bryant. So barring something unforeseen, Owens will play elsewhere next season.