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Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North:
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Byron Leftwich signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to compete for a starting job.
Morning take: With this domino falling, expect the Steelers to strike a deal with veteran quarterback Charlie Batch very soon to become Ben Roethlisberger's backup in 2009.
The Kansas City Chiefs signed veteran linebacker Zach Thomas to a one-year contract this weekend.
Morning take: Why is this important to the AFC North? With starting linebackers Thomas, Mike Vrabel and Derrick Johnson in Kansas City, it is now possible for Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry to fall to the Cleveland Browns with the fifth overall pick.
Will the Cincinnati Bengals trade receiver Chad Ocho Cinco?
Morning take: The feeling I gather is the player wants out and the team does not want to comply -- unless it's at the right price. Coming off a down year, the "right price" for Cincinnati doesn't seem attainable.
New St. Louis Rams quarterback Kyle Boller says he has few regrets from his time with the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Boller took a pounding early in his career and never recovered with the Ravens. It will be interesting to see if he can take advantage of a fresh start.