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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
ESPN's Michael Smith reports Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn will visit Dr. James Andrews to get a second opinion on his broken right index finger.
Morning take: A visit to Dr. Andrews is usually not a good sign for a player. You have to wonder how much the injury will hurt Quinn's performance the rest of the year.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer says he'll make his decision on potential elbow surgery in two weeks.
Morning take: At least Palmer has set a deadline. But why he would even consider coming back to an awful team with three games left is baffling.
Mitch Berger is back at punter for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Paul Ernster is out.
Morning take: We felt Berger was a little better than Ernster in the first place. Although it's not a big difference maker, Berger should be a little more stable.
The Baltimore Ravens' game against the Washington Redskins was moved to primetime on Dec. 7 at 8:15 p.m.
Morning take: Ravens fans have screamed for league-wide respect all year. Well, there is some league-wide respect.