Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor apologized for Saturday's fight that got him ejected in the first quarter against the New York Giants.
Morning take: I'm surprised this came from a veteran such as Taylor. But at least it occurred in a preseason game.
The Baltimore Ravens are springing leaks in pass coverage.
Morning take: Lardarius Webb's pending return can plug one hole, but that won't completely fix this issue. Linebackers and safeties also have to cover better.
The Cincinnati Bengals remain deep at safety, despite Gibril Wilson's major knee injury.
Morning take: The loss isn't devastating for the reigning AFC North champs. Wilson was projected to be the team's fourth safety.
Is injured Cleveland Browns running back Montario Hardesty still in the plans?
Morning take: The rookie's knee injury allowed Jerome Harrison and Peyton Hillis to move past Hardesty. But a team can never have enough productive running backs.