Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
The Cincinnati Bengals lead the NFL with 31 arrests since 2000.
Morning take: I don't think anyone who follows the AFC North is surprised by this news. The Minnesota Vikings are second with 30 arrests.
Linebacker/defensive end hybrid Terrell Suggs is looking to have a bounce-back year for the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: The Ravens' pass rush was only average last year. One reason was because Suggs had a down year and dealt with injuries.
The Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders have one thing in common: quarterback woes.
Morning take: Both teams were looking for quarterbacks in 2007. Oakland took JaMarcus Russell while Cleveland took Brady Quinn, and neither panned out. Now, both franchises are starting over.
Defensive end Aaron Smith, who suffered a shoulder injury last season, is back for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Morning take: Every time Smith is out of the lineup, Pittsburgh's defense suffers. That's proof of his importance to the team.