Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the top stories Friday in the AFC North:
ESPN.com did an interesting chat with Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl safety Troy Polamalu.
Morning take: Polamalu, who is from California, says he is now a Pittsburgh guy. Polamalu even roots for the Pirates, which is hard for even some natives.
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Shayne Graham is still not happy that he received the franchise tag in February.
Morning take: Graham, like most players, would prefer a long-term deal. What is interesting is Graham says the Bengals aren't making a "serious effort" to extend him while the team says it still wants to negotiate.
While we are on the subject of kickers, the Baltimore Ravens have two interesting kickers in competition this summer in Steve Hauschka and Graham Gano.
Morning take: Neither kicker stood out in minicamp, but the Ravens are hopeful at least one of these players emerge this summer.
Here is a look at new Cleveland Browns safety Abram Elam's Web site.
Morning take: The site needs a little updating, but I'm sure Elam is very busy with offseason workouts.