Morning take: Jeff Reed spurns Bengals

November, 18, 2010
11/18/10
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:

  • After clearing waivers, the Cincinnati Bengals made an offer to former Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Jeff Reed. But he declined.
Morning take: Good idea for Cincinnati. Reed will take time off to recharge, but the Bengals could make another push next week.
Morning take: Vickers remains one of the most underrated players in the AFC North. Everyone he blocks for (Jamal Lewis, Jerome Harrison, Peyton Hillis) in Cleveland has success.
Morning take: Reed will be more dangerous when he gets healthy. We will have more on Baltimore's pass defense Thursday (hint, hint).
Morning take: Hamstrings can be tricky. The Steelers are without both starting defensive ends. So Keisel will be a welcomed addition if he's ready Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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