Morning take: NFL free agency

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

With free agency under way, here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC North:

Morning take: Reading the tea leaves, this could mean the end for cornerback Samari Rolle, who is 31 and makes $4.1 million next season. He could be a cap casualty.

Morning take: This is the first of many dominoes that will fall in Cleveland. No player is safe right now as new head coach Eric Mangini wants to mold the team to his liking.

  • The Cincinnati Bengals lost free agent offensive tackle Stacy Andrews to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Morning take: This one caught me off guard. With a long knee rehab ahead, I thought teams would wait a while on Andrews before giving him a long-term deal. But the Eagles went after him quickly, despite the medical risk, and he gets to join his brother.

  • The Pittsburgh Steelers were quiet for the most part, with the exception of signing guard Chris Kemoeatu.

Morning take: It looks like the Steelers will not overhaul the O-line as many expected. Kemoeatu, Max Starks and Willie Colon were all back under contract quickly and could be Pittsburgh's starters again next season.