- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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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.
Georgetown College is still preparing for the Cincinnati Bengals' arrival this summer.
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.