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AFC North links: Steelers unsure on Tomlin?

Baltimore Ravens

After the NFL stripped the Ravens of organized team activities for violating rules on practice intensity, Mike Preston of The Baltimore Sun called out players for "snitching."

Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is "pumped and excited" about the Ravens' offense.

RFA offensive tackle Jared Gaither signed his one-year, $2.396 million tender.

Cincinnati Bengals

The Professional Football Writers Association honored defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer with the Halas Award, which is given annually to the individual in the NFL who overcame the most adversity to succeed last season. Zimmer’s wife, Vicki, passed away suddenly last October.

Cleveland Browns

Josh Cribbs expects to line up "all across the field" this season.

Fullback Lawrence Vickers, still without a new deal, arrived at OTAs. Running backs Jerome Harrison and Peyton Hillis were absent from Monday's sessions.

Guard Eric Steinbach has the season opener against the Bucs circled on his calendar. "After winning our last four last year, after the way we started the year, it’s huge to go down there and get a win,” Steinbach said.

Pittsburgh Steelers

John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review looks at Mike Tomlin's contract status and wonders whether the team's brass is really sold on the coach.

Matt Stewart, a six-year NFL veteran linebacker who's trying to reinvent himself as a long-snapper, signed with the Steelers.