Morning take: McGahee on second team

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:

  • Baltimore Ravens tailback Willis McGahee is back on the practice field, but he is currently with the second team.

Morning take: For now, McGahee says he has no problem backing up second-year tailback Ray Rice. Both gave way to fullback Le'Ron McClain last season, but that probably won't be the case in 2009.

Morning take: It turns out the AFC North now has another "D-Bo," joining the original "Deebo" (James Harrison) of the division from the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Morning take: The Steelers honored their history by having six large, round diamonds signify each Super Bowl win, which incorporates all the great teams of the distant and not-so-distant past.

  • Here is a poll to gauge how well the Cincinnati Bengals and receiver Chad Ochocinco will perform this year.

Morning take: "Bengaldom" is extremely optimistic. A majority of fans voted for Ochocinco eclipsing 1,000 yards and Cincinnati having a winning record in 2009.