Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey has a broken bone in his ankle and is "highly doubtful" for the Super Bowl.
Morning take: Pouncey didn't look good after the game, despite the team not officially ruling him out. Backup Doug Legursky appears to be the next man up.
With Jeff Fisher leaving the Tennessee Titans, Marvin Lewis of the Cincinnati Bengals is the AFC's second-longest tenured head coach. He is entering his ninth season.
Morning take: Lewis signed a two-year extension, which means he likely will reach a full decade in Cincinnati.
The Baltimore Ravens are checking out pass-rushers at the Senior Bowl.
Morning take: Baltimore needs help for Pro Bowler Terrell Suggs. If the Ravens can get another terror on the opposite end, that could spell trouble for opponents.
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar is looking for an NFL coaching gig.
Morning take: Kosar spent time in the Browns organization but now is looking elsewhere. There's even speculation he could land in Cincinnati in some capacity.