- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme has eased concerns with his quality play in the preseason.
Morning take: Delhomme has been decisive and accurate, completing 79.2 percent of his passes in three exhibition games. You never want to overrate the preseason, but this is a good sign.
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Keenan Lewis made a bad performance worse by punching and shattering a glass sign after Sunday night's preseason loss to the Denver Broncos.
Morning take: Keenan, meet Mike Tomlin's doghouse. Our advice is to get out of it as soon as possible.
Are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers laughing at the Cincinnati Bengals for signing receiver Antonio Bryant?
Morning take: The Bucs have that right after Cincinnati made a strange sign-and-release deal that cost the team $8 million. The Bucs were aware of Bryant's knee problems, and the Bengals seemed to ignore it.
The competition between Baltimore Ravens kickers Shayne Graham and Billy Cundiff is going down to the wire.
Morning take: Both kickers have done well this preseason. The final exhibition game will be the deciding battle.