Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
The Cincinnati Bengals are in play for free-agent safety Donte Whitner.
Morning take: This would be a good addition for the Bengals, who are in the process of remaking their secondary. Cincinnati doesn't have much speed or impact players on defense, and Whitner could add both.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu will pace himself in training camp.
Morning take: Polamalu has suffered tough injuries two straight years to his knee and Achilles. His health will be key to Pittsburgh making another Super Bowl run.
Can safety Tom Zbikowski fill the void left by Dawan Landry?
Morning take: Zbikowski has been a part-time starter for two years. It's his turn to take over next to Ed Reed, who should help with the transition.
Cleveland Browns rookie receiver Greg Little is taking advantage of early reps in training camp.
Morning take: Receivers Mohamed Massaquoi (ankle) and Josh Cribbs (knee) are both sidelined with early injuries, leaving Little to get valuable playing time. This also gives quarterback Colt McCoy a chance to develop chemistry with the rookie.