Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
The tight ends of the Pittsburgh Steelers could make an impact during Super Bowl XLIII against the Arizona Cardinals.
Morning take: Pittsburgh's Heath Miller has been solid in the postseason, averaging 16.5 yards per catch. He could be a sleeper in this game.
Are the Cincinnati Bengals eyeing defensive tackles at the Senior Bowl?
Morning take: This is not a bad position to fill now that John Thornton likely won't return. But a lineman on either side would work.
There was a LeCharles Bentley sighting in Cleveland Thursday.
Morning take: In reading this story, it doesn't sound like Bentley is too eager to return to football, which is somewhat surprising.
Count former NFL Pro Bowler Warren Sapp among the people who feel the Baltimore Ravens must keep linebacker Ray Lewis.
Morning take: Sapp is in the majority. There aren't many who think Lewis should be in another uniform next season.