Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
The Baltimore Ravens reportedly have interest in San Diego Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd.
Morning take: Baltimore needs a No. 2 receiver following the release of Derrick Mason. Floyd would be a younger, more athletic target who can stretch the field for quarterback Joe Flacco.
Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward (thumb) may begin practicing by the end of the week.
Morning take: Pittsburgh is hurting at receiver with Emmanuel Sanders (foot) out for the rest of training camp. Ward's return will be a welcome sight to the offense.
New safety Usama Young wants to be a starter for the Cleveland Browns.
Morning take: Young has been a backup most of his career but came to Cleveland for an opportunity to start. It will be a good battle in camp between Young and versatile veteran Mike Adams.
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed guard Max Jean-Gilles to a one-year contract.
Morning take: Deuce Lutui failed his physical. So the Bengals had to move fast to find another guard. Cincinnati needs bodies up front.