- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth says his knee is progressing well.
Morning take: Foxworth would be a good addition to Baltimore's secondary next season if healthy. His progress could prevent the Ravens from having to fill one need via the draft or free agency.
Former Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Shaun Rogers says he played hurt last season against his agent's advice.
Morning take: There are some words going back and forth between the Browns and Rogers now that he's been released. But it's probably best both sides move on.
Here is a look at the Pittsburgh Steelers' pending free agents.
Morning take: LaMarr Woodley and Ike Taylor are the two big names as starters on defense. The Steelers will make a push for both once a new collective bargaining agreement is reached, while giving Woodley the franchise tag in the meantime.
Cincinnati Bengals tailback and pending free agent Cedric Benson likes what he's hearing from new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.
Morning take: It's no secret Benson was not a fan of former offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski. Gruden intends to pound the ball, which increases the likelihood of Benson returning.