Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Safety Troy Polamalu looks healthy and ready to help the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense this year.
Morning take: When Polamalu is in the lineup, Pittsburgh's defense is arguably the NFL's best. He's the player offenses must watch at all times.
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Fabian Washington is participating in practice following knee surgery.
Morning take: Washington's potential return in Week 1 would help soften the blow of losing teammate Domonique Foxworth.
With his contract done, Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham is making up for lost time.
Morning take: The first-round pick will play in Sunday's Hall of Fame Game. So these next few days are important to get up to speed.
At 37, receiver Bobby Engram believes he can help the Cleveland Browns.
Morning take: Engram recorded 94 receptions just three years ago, so maybe he has something left. But a 35-year-old quarterback (Jake Delhomme) throwing to a 37-year-old receiver (Engram) doesn't sound like a dependable formula.