Morning take: Pettigrew in Baltimore
Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Morning take: Before free agency, this may have been viewed as an intriguing visit. But after spending money on tight end L.J. Smith to back up starter Todd Heap, it doesn't appear Baltimore is interested in spending a first-round pick on that position.
Morning take: With 11 total draft picks, Cincinnati will have plenty of opportunities to find talent. This should be one of the more interesting drafts for the Bengals in recent memory.
- Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison agreed to a six-year, $51.175 million contract on Monday.
Morning take: Both sides started early and finished a deal before mandatory camps began. It was professionally done on both ends.
- The rumor mill continues involving Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn and receiver Braylon Edwards.
Morning take: I cannot remember a year involving more trade speculation surrounding two Browns players. I would almost be disappointed if nothing interesting happened between now and the draft.