- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North Friday:
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, who made his name as defensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens, said he is not worried about his future with the team.
Morning take: Right or wrong, I get a much different feeling from the two Ohio teams. In Cleveland, everyone is on eggshells. In Cincinnati, there seems to be an unusual level of calm for a one-win team.
Speaking of Cleveland, some believe Browns general manager Phil Savage is throwing head coach Romeo Crennel under the bus with his comments this week.
Morning take: See the first morning take.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, for the second time this season, signed backup running back Najeh Davenport.
Morning take: This is likely a sign that starting tailback Willie Parker will not play Sunday against the New England Patriots. Some have been clamoring for backup Mewelde Moore to get more carries and will get their wish.