Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis says he will retire if he wins a Super Bowl this season.
Morning take: The window is open for Baltimore to make a run. Lewis already has one ring, and time is running out if he wants another.
Cleveland Browns rookie defensive end Jabaal Sheard is having a rough time in practice with Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Thomas.
Morning take: This is expected. The Browns put Sheard against the NFL's best left tackle and hopes that he improves. The flip side is Cleveland doesn't want Sheard to lose confidence.
The Cincinnati Bengals reached an agreement with defensive lineman Jonathan Fanene on a one-year contract.
Morning take: The Bengals wanted Fanene back. He will provide depth on the defensive line and pass-rushing ability off the bench.
Pittsburgh Steelers guard Chris Kemoeatu believes he will be ready for individual drills next week.
Morning take: Kemoeatu doesn't need to rush. The Steelers need him healthy for the regular season, because he is Pittsburgh's best option at guard.