Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
How many wins will the Pittsburgh Steelers get in 2010?
Morning take: These projections have Pittsburgh hovering around eight or nine victories. What's your prediction?
Baltimore Ravens receiver Mark Clayton (concussion) will miss Thursday's preseason finale but should be ready for their regular-season opener against the New York Jets.
Morning take: Along with Donte' Stallworth (foot), Baltimore is banged up at receiver. But Clayton's return when it matters will be a nice boost.
The Cincinnati Bengals' medical team is under scrutiny again. This time, the agent for released linebacker Rashad Jeanty said the team misdiagnosed his leg injury.
Morning take: This has been an awful week for Cincinnati. Injuries are a big part of the NFL, and the Bengals need to look into these issues or lose the trust of their players.
Cleveland Browns rookie tailback Montario Hardesty will make his NFL debut Thursday against the Chicago Bears.
Morning take: Despite missing all of training camp, Hardesty is getting a lot of hype after a solid spring. Now it's time to see what he brings to an already crowded backfield in Cleveland.