Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers starting defensive end Brett Keisel (hamstring) believes he will be ready for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.
Morning take: This would be huge for Pittsburgh, considering fellow defensive end Aaron Smith (triceps) is out for an extended period. The Steelers could use Keisel's experience.
The Cincinnati Bengals are hurting in the secondary.
Morning take: Starting cornerbacks Leon Hall (hamstring) and Johnathan Joseph (ankle) are both banged up, and Adam Jones (neck) is on injured reserve. Cincinnati needs its best players for Sunday's must-win game against the Miami Dolphins.
Here are five questions for the Baltimore Ravens during the bye.
Morning take: Defending the pass is the biggest issue the Ravens need to address. That includes getting to the quarterback and defending better on the back end.
Seneca Wallace believes the Cleveland Browns should choose one quarterback once everyone is healthy.
Morning take: We agree, because continuing to switch quarterbacks sends the wrong message. Does rookie quarterback Colt McCoy give the Browns the best chance to win?