Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here is your one-stop shopping for the most interesting storylines in the AFC North:
According to multiple sources, Pro Bowl returner Joshua Cribbs and his representation recently approached the Cleveland Browns about restructuring his contract.
Morning take: Devin Hester's deal (four years, $40 million, $15 million guaranteed) with the Chicago Bears caught the attention of many, including Cribbs. Now the AFC's version of Hester is reconsidering his value.
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson suddenly is happy again and believes this will be the best year ever.
Morning take: This is great news for Bengals fans, who can only hope Johnson's happiness lasts throughout a full 16-game season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping center Justin Hartwig can fill a gaping hole on the offensive line this season.
Morning take: If Hartwig proves to be an upgrade over Sean Mahan this year, which many expect, Pittsburgh's offensive line could improve.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has yet to decide on a starting quarterback for Thursday's preseason opener against the New England Patriots.
Morning take: Baltimore should continue an AFC North tradition and flip a coin. It worked in Cleveland.
(Update: Harbaugh named Kyle Boller the starter Tuesday afternoon.)