Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
Upon his return after contemplating retirement, Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl linebacker James Harrison says he won't change his playing style.
Morning take: Harrison has played one way his entire career -- and that's aggressive. He may lose some money, but it won't do him or the Steelers any good to play at three-quarter's speed.
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones is returning home to Atlanta to play the Falcons.
Morning take: Jones could play a bigger role this week, because starting cornerback Johnathan Joseph has an ankle injury. Falcons receiver Roddy White is already pumped to face Cincinnati's secondary.
Baltimore Ravens standouts Haloti Ngata and Michael Oher were both passed up by the Buffalo Bills.
Morning take: It's no secret that drafting poorly is a sure way to stay at the bottom of the NFL. The Ravens often take advantage of bad teams like Buffalo passing over quality players.
The status of receivers Josh Cribbs (concussion) and Mohamed Massaquoi (concussion) remain up in the air.
Morning take: The Browns will need all the help they can get against the reigning Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. A return by either player would help Browns rookie quarterback Colt McCoy.