Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers receiver and Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes tells the Sporting News he's looking for more opportunities and production.
Morning take: Holmes, who has yet to have a 1,000-yard season, should be able to eclipse that mark this year if he's consistent and continues the momentum from his Super Bowl performance.
Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun says the Ravens are officially John Harbaugh's team.
Morning take: One of the best things to happen in Baltimore was that Harbaugh and Ray Lewis hit it off early and developed a mutual respect. Once Lewis bought into the new program, a lot of other things fell into place.
From the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Bengals signed rookie seventh-round pick Clinton McDonald.
Morning take: A rookie seems to get signed almost daily in the AFC North, which is a good trend this summer.
Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository writes Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, 24, is becoming a veteran.
Morning take: Even as a rookie, Thomas never looked lost and always had a veteran presence. By the way, he's also great at fishing.