Here are the most interesting stories in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller earned his first Pro Bowl invite Monday.
Morning take: Miller will replace Dallas Clark, who helped lead the Indianapolis Colts to the Super Bowl with Sunday's win over the New York Jets. Miller will be the fourth Steeler in the Pro Bowl.
Baltimore Ravens backup tailback Jalen Parmele says he's excited to compete for return duties next season.
Morning take: Right now Parmele is the favorite. Cornerback Lardarius Webb is coming off a serious knee injury and may not be ready for the start of the regular season.
Speaking of special teams, the Cincinnati Bengals should be solid in the return game moving forward.
Morning take: Quan Cosby and Bernard Scott did a good job returning kicks as rookies. Another year of experience should make both returners more dangerous in 2010.
From this weekend, the Cleveland Browns likely will cut ties with receiver Donte’ Stallworth.
Morning take: Stallworth is eligible to come off suspension after the Super Bowl, and at this point, it's probably best that both parties go their separate ways.