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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC North:
Two former Ravens, tight end Shannon Sharpe and defensive back Rod Woodson, could be announced Saturday as part of this summer's Hall of Fame class.
Morning take: This would be a great honor for a young franchise, despite the fact neither player expects to go in as a Raven. But Baltimore has a few more (Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis) on the way.
In response to today's announcement, Bengals.com is doing their own Hall of Fame.
Morning take: It reads "If Canton won't call, Bengaldom will." Well, that's a good way to put it.
Seventy-one former Cleveland Browns have played in Super Bowls in the past 25 years.
Morning take: But the actual team hasn't made it to the big game. Another sign of Cleveland's plight over the years.
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians says he's ready for the pressure of calling a Super Bowl.
Morning take: Arians has faced a lot of heat all season, but a good performance in the Super Bowl should silence a lot of critics.
1dJason Gibbs, Special to ESPN.com