Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed says he feels sluggish and is not sure how much longer he's going to play football.
Morning take: Reed is chasing that elusive Super Bowl ring and now appears to be on a year-to-year basis. Neck and hip ailments have bothered the safety in recent seasons, but he's back for 2011.
The District Attorney in Nevada will look into possible probation violations for Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones following his recent arrest.
Morning take: For Jones' sake, he better be correct in claiming this was a wrongful arrest. Otherwise, Jones could face up to a year in jail for past violations, as well as a suspension from the NFL.
The Pittsburgh Steelers may be as much as $10 million over the cap once a new collective bargaining agreement is reached.
Morning take: The cap for 2011 is unknown, but the Steelers will be over. They have some tough decisions to free up money for draft picks and potential free agents.
Here are some updates from "Camp Colt."
Morning take: This is the fourth time the Cleveland Browns have organized player workouts, which should help a difficult transition. Colt McCoy is showing good leadership in what will be a huge season for the second-year quarterback.