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Monday, February 8, 2010
Morning take: Stover falls short

By James Walker

Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North: Morning take: Stover, 42, made history by becoming the oldest player to participate in a Super Bowl. But to lose the game had to be bittersweet.
Morning take: With the Colts losing Sunday, Pittsburgh remains just one of two teams, joining the New England Patriots, to win multiple Super Bowls in the decade.
Morning take: LeBeau was elected to the Hall of Fame for his playing days with the Detroit Lions. But if he had to make a choice as coach, would he represent the Bengals or Steelers?
Morning take: It's very difficult to win championships in today's NFL without solid play from that position. Mike Holmgren's knowledge of quarterbacks will be put to the test early in Cleveland.