- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
The agent for James Harrison says he expects to hear from the NFL soon on whether or not the Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl linebacker will get fined this week.
Morning take: The hit on Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell looked clean from our perspective. If the NFL fines Harrison, expect a quick appeal.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he's not concerned with the recent sideline altercation between quarterback Joe Flacco and receiver Derrick Mason.
Morning take: Sideline confrontations happen more than people think, but this is interesting. With so many talented skill players, the AFC North blog predicted in April there will be a few rough spots keeping everyone happy.
Ex-Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman John Thornton says his former team needs to establish a clear-cut direction.
Morning take: I always enjoy Thornton's perspective on the Bengals -- and not just because I agree with his point.
Veteran quarterback Jake Delhomme is healthy again and has a chance to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, his former team.
Morning take: With rookie quarterback Colt McCoy's status in question, the Browns may have to choose between Delhomme and Seneca Wallace. Whom would you start?