Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
The Baltimore Ravens are expected to play their starters for one quarter in their preseason opener against the Carolina Panthers.
Morning take: It's a shameless plug, but make sure you check out Baltimore on ESPN Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. I know I will (wink, wink).
The Cincinnati Bengals are not expecting good news with the foot injury to running back Brian Leonard.
Morning take: The initial diagnoses was a mid-foot sprain, but further testing in Cincinnati this week could reveal more. If out for an extended period, this will hurt the Bengals' depth at running back.
After spending the weekend being inducted to the Hall of Fame, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau returned to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Morning take: It was a memorable and well-deserved honor for LeBeau. But rest assured he's eager to get back to coaching.
New York Jets receiver and former Brown Braylon Edwards rips the city of Cleveland again.
Morning take: Every several weeks it seems Edwards takes another shot at Cleveland or the Browns in the media. At least it will make the Jets-Browns game interesting later this season.