- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu returned for the final week of organized team activities.
Morning take: Polamalu has been in and out of the Steelers' facility practicing, rehabbing his knee and working out on his own. But finishing up with the team is a good move.
The coaches and players of the Baltimore Ravens say there's no friction after the NFL cancelled next week’s organized team activities.
Morning take: If the Ravens don't make the playoffs, I'm blaming these missed OTAs! Just kidding. But Baltimore needs to be more mindful, especially in a year the NFL and NFLPA clearly aren’t getting along.
The Cincinnati Bengals ranked very high in these power ranking.
Morning take: It's always good to see someone else in the national media paying close attention to the AFC North.
Kicker Phil Dawson and running backs Jerome Harrison and Peyton Hillis were among the Cleveland Browns not present in OTAs.
Morning take: Mandatory minicamp begins Thursday, and we will have plenty of updates from Browns camp this week (hint, hint).