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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco hopes to be embraced again by the fans when he returns to Cincinnati later this month.
Morning take: The relationship between Ochocinco and Cincinnati fans has been rocky in recent years. It will be interesting to see if "Bengaldom" gives No. 85 another chance in 2009.
The Sporting News ranked all 32 head coaches, and John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens cracked the top 10.
Morning take: This is quite an accomplishment when at least 70 percent of football fans had no idea who John Harbaugh was a year ago.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall is working to get comfortable in his second season.
Morning take: Perhaps the biggest disappointment with Mendenhall's injury last season was that it cost him 15 games of experience (including playoffs). With just four games under his belt, Mendenhall is still a rookie in many ways.
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Charlie Frye signs with the Oakland Raiders.
Morning take: It seems like yesterday when Frye was the starting quarterback and fan favorite in Cleveland. Now he joins a crowded group in Oakland that also includes quarterbacks JaMarcus Russell, Jeff Garcia and Bruce Gradkowski.