Morning take: Ray Lewis on Tom Brady

July, 6, 2011
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
  • Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis called New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady "the greatest of greats."
Morning take: Lewis has always been very respectful of Brady, who deserves every accolade. On the other hand, Ravens teammate Terrell Suggs hasn't been as complimentary.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Ramon Foster said he talked to several players who said their teams didn't vote for the NFL Network's top 100.
Morning take: There are a lot of players, via Twitter, who say they didn't participate. I wish this would get cleared up.
Morning take: The absence of the collective bargaining agreement makes for nervous times in Georgetown. We will have more on this later today.
  • Cleveland Browns starting quarterback Colt McCoy held a camp for kids.
Morning take: This time "Camp Colt" didn’t involve the Browns. McCoy went back to Abilene, Texas, to give back to the youth, which is commendable.

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