Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher welcomes a move back to the right side.
Morning take: This is best for Oher and the Ravens. Recent acquisition Bryant McKinnie is a natural left tackle and Oher is not.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap (knee) is working to get healthy.
Morning take: Dunlap needs to get back on track to avoid a sophomore slump. Cincinnati needs his pass-rushing ability as early as possible.
Receiver Mohamed Massaquoi returned to practice for the Cleveland Browns.
Morning take: This is a great sign Massaquoi could be ready for the regular season. The Browns and second-year quarterback Colt McCoy need all of their weapons for a successful start.
Antonio Brown's great preseason is a bonus for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Morning take: Brown entered training camp as the No. 4 receiver and likely moved up one spot with Emmanuel Sanders' foot injury. Brown is Pittsburgh's most productive receiver this preseason.