- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl kick returner Josh Cribbs tweets that he has no hard feelings towards Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison.
Morning take: Cribbs suffered a concussion via Harrison's hit but admits it’s part of the game. Both have known each other since their college days at Kent State.
Opponents are having a tough time running against the Steelers.
Morning take: Pittsburgh is the NFL's best team at stopping the run and hasn't allowed a running back to get more than 42 yards all season. That quickly makes opponents one dimensional.
All signs are pointing to a return for Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed.
Morning take: The Ravens are in a win-win situation. Reed will either get tested Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, or sit and get two more weeks to heal.
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco is back to trash-talking the Atlanta Falcons.
Morning take: Ochocinco, who has been relatively subdued this season, hopes this gets him going again. The Bengals offense could definitely use a big game from the receiver.