Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh wouldn't say whether benched cornerback Fabian Washington will keep his starting job after the bye week.
Morning take: Washington has played decent this season but is coming off his worst performance as a Raven Sunday. The best thing for now is to evaluate both Washington and Josh Wilson in practice the next two weeks.
The Cincinnati Bengals don't have much to say after their 2-4 start.
Morning take: The time for talking is over. Cincinnati has to win Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, or you can write the Bengals off for 2010.
The Pittsburgh Steelers must overcome their latest injury to starting defensive end Aaron Smith.
Morning take: Pittsburgh hasn't done well without Smith in the past, which is why this is a major concern. First-round pick Ziggy Hood's growth and maturity will be huge.
The Cleveland Browns released backup running back James Davis.
Morning take: Davis has shown flashes but didn't get much opportunity in Cleveland. The Browns have now sent Jerome Harrison and Davis packing in the past few weeks.