Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is encouraging teammates to show up for work now that the lockout has been lifted.
Morning take: The lift is expected to be temporary. But players could get quality work at the facilities for the time being. The results from players could be mixed.
Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller says he would feel right at home with the Cleveland Browns.
Morning take: Don't expect Miller to be taken at No. 6. Miller could help the Browns' pass rush, but they have bigger needs on offense (receiver) and defense (defensive line).
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has organized throwing sessions in Arizona with his receivers and tight ends this week.
Morning take: This is a growing trend among quarterbacks during the lockout. Flacco joins Colt McCoy of the Browns and Jordan Palmer of the Cincinnati Bengals to do the same within the division.
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis says the team isn't "locked into" anything during this week's NFL draft.
Morning take: Teams should have a plan but also remain flexible and ready to adjust. The Bengals could have several intriguing options at No. 4 that also may include trade opportunities.