Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
The Cleveland Browns claimed former New England Patriots linebacker and 2008 draft pick Bo Ruud off waivers.
Morning take: Patriots coach Bill Belichick gave up on Ruud after one year. Now Browns coach Eric Mangini wants to see if he can get something out of him.
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Shayne Graham agreed to sign his one-year, $2.483 million franchise tender Thursday.
Morning take: With that salary, what happens if Graham misses his first chip shot next season?
How many starting jobs are open for the Pittsburgh Steelers this year?
Morning take: Very few, if any. But there are some roles that need to be defined for the defending champs.
Speaking of roles, here is a look at the receiver situation for the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: There's a lot of unproven depth behind the starters. Will someone, namely Demetrius Williams, step up?