Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace is a threat to go deep against the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: There's not a faster player in the division -- and possibly the league -- than Wallace. His two touchdowns last week against Tampa Bay should keep the Ravens' defense honest.
Baltimore offensive tackle Jared Gaither (back) is not expected to play Sunday against Pittsburgh.
Morning take: Gaither provided a glimmer of hope by practicing on a limited basis Wednesday, but he sat out again on Thursday. The Ravens could use him this week but chances look slim.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme's status remains uncertain.
Morning take: If Delhomme (ankle) wants to play and he's not 100 percent, should the Browns start him or stick with backup Seneca Wallace? That could be the choice Cleveland has to make.
Former NFL quarterbacks Rich Gannon and Boomer Esiason weigh in on Cincinnati Bengals starter Carson Palmer.
Morning take: Everyone is trying to figure out what's wrong with Palmer. The Bengals say nothing is wrong, but most will agree the quarterback needs to play better.