Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
The Pittsburgh Steelers are expecting safety Troy Polamalu to be ready for spring OTAs.
Morning take: Polamalu missed 11 games last season with knee injuries, so this is a good sign that he's getting back to 100 percent. If he's healthy, Pittsburgh's entire defense becomes a couple notches better.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is turning to baseball to improve his arm strength and mechanics.
Morning take: Flacco is clearly putting in the work to improve. Fantasy football owners could be looking at a sleeper pick for 2010.
Is Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour on the Cleveland Browns' radar?
Morning take: Yes, because the Browns will draft a quarterback but probably not in the first round. LeFevour is having his Pro Day Wednesday, which will give scouts another look before the draft.
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Rashad Jeanty will sign his one-year tender.
Morning take: Jeanty's return adds depth to an already deep linebacker unit for the Bengals. He also has starting experience.