A quick check on the happenings on the teams in the division:
BENGALS: The team officially placed cornerback Leon Hall on injured reserve and promoted Brandon Ghee from the practice squad. "In my eyes I want to make it to training camp and be 100 percent," Hall told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "I’m going to do the rehab right and go from there."
BROWNS: Running back Peyton Hillis (hamstring) and strong safety T.J. Ward (foot) have already been ruled out for Jacksonville. Wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi (concussion) is considered questionable.
RAVENS: The kickoff returner job is up for grabs after David Reed fumbled three times in the past two games. “I think we’re looking for our kick returner,” coach John Harbaugh said. “We’re looking for the best guy to do that.” Harbaugh said Lardarius Webb is the best candidate but the team is reluctant to give it to him because he's already starting on defense and returning punts. Other options are receivers Torrey Smith and LaQuan Williams and cornerback Chris Carr.
STEELERS: The Nov. 27 game at Kansas City will remain at 8:20 p.m. There were thoughts of moving it to 1 p.m., but losses by Tampa Bay and Buffalo factored into keeping the Steelers-Chiefs game in prime time.