Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu says his team is embracing the role of underdog.
Morning take: This is a rare spot for this current group of Steelers that's won two Super Bowls. But after a chaotic offseason, expectations are low in 2010.
New York Jets receiver Braylon Edwards cannot wait to play his former team -- the Cleveland Browns -- on Nov. 14.
Morning take: I can't imagine Edwards getting a nice welcome back in Cleveland. He wasn't very popular even when he played for the Browns.
After releasing Chris Davis Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals are down to 10 wide receivers.
Morning take: It's going to be tough, but Cincinnati has to make three or four additional cuts at receiver by September.
The Baltimore Ravens also have competition at receiver.
Morning take: But the top six or seven players from this group are easier to pick out. It's establishing roles and playing time that will be most challenging for Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.