Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Are the Pittsburgh Steelers too old?
Morning take: I'm not buying that one. This question has been asked for years and the Steelers keep winning. Despite my pick of Baltimore this year, I still expect Pittsburgh to be a good team.
Friend and former Baltimore Ravens teammate Lorenzo Neal believes linebacker Ray Lewis will play two more years.
Morning take: That sounds about right. Lewis is 36 and chasing one more Super Bowl title. Baltimore's window should be open during this two-year period, which will give Lewis a chance to go out on top.
How big is the job ahead for new Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur?
Morning take: Shurmur has one of the toughest gigs in the league this year. The Browns have some young talent. But it will be a transition year with a new West Coast offense and 4-3 defense.
Cincinnati Bengals corner Adam Jones pleaded not guilty to recent charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrests.
Morning take: This was expected as Jones denied any wrongdoing last week. Past transgressions already have Jones down to his last strike. So, for his sake, Jones better be correct.