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.
New Cleveland Browns linebacker David Bowens says he's ready to contribute in any capacity.
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.
Speaking of the Steelers, they just unveiled their newest Super Bowl ring.
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.