Here are some moves involving division teams on Tuesday:
BENGALS: The team acquired two players off waivers, G Chris Riley (Tampa Bay) and DT Vaughn Meatoga (Washington). Riley signed with the Bengals as an undrafted rookie last season before spending last season on the Buccaneers' practice squad. Meatoga was released Monday by the Redskins after joining them as an undrafted rookie from Hawaii this year.
RAVENS: The team signed its first draft pick, CB Asa Jackson, according to the Carroll County (Md.) Times. Jackson is a fifth-round pick from Cal Poly who returned three of his eight career interceptions for touchdowns. He is also a returner.
STEELERS: Pittsburgh agreed on a three-year deal with WR Toney Clemons, a seventh-round draft pick. He led Colorado in receiving yards (680) and was second in receptions (44) last season. Clemons is the third Steelers draft pick to sign, joining NT Alameda Ta'amu and RB Chris Rainey.