A look at what's happening around the division:
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs got married Friday night to Candace Williams, the woman who recently accused him of domestic violence.
It was only last month that Williams alleged the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year punched her in the neck, threw her out of a car and dragged her alongside the vehicle while their two children sat inside. In 2009, she received a temporary restraining order against Suggs after alleging he knocked her down and spilled bleach following an argument over game-day tickets. Charges were not filed against Suggs in either incident.
Suggs announced his marriage on his Facebook page, but I can't find this reported post on the page anymore:
"Last night I married my best friend and the love of my life," Suggs wrote. "Our son gave her away and our daughter looked like a miniature version of my beautiful bride as she stood next to her. I'm a lucky, lucky man. Thank you God for all of your blessings and for showing me such amazing favor."
BENGALS: The Bengals signed fullback John Conner after placing Chris Pressley on injured reserve, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Pressley injured his knee in Thursday night's win at Philadelphia. Conner, nicknamed "The Terminator" after the character of the same name in the Terminator movies, was injury-waived in October with knee and hamstring issues.
BROWNS: Running back Trent Richardson was added to the injury report Saturday with an illness, the team announced. He is considered probable. According to The Plain Dealer, Richardson looked fine on Friday.
STEELERS: Pittsburgh's depth in the secondary will get tested. Ike Taylor is out with an ankle injury, and Cortez Allen is doubtful with a groin injury. That means Curtis Brown or Josh Victorian will make his first NFL start. Brown was benched for Victorian after he struggled against San Diego last Sunday. The nickel back will be either Robert Golden or DeMarcus Van Dyke.