Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
The Cincinnati Bengals reportedly are one of several teams interested in free-agent quarterback Matt Leinart.
Morning take: This move would make sense, especially after Cincinnati cut backup quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan. But Leinart currently has plenty of interest and could stage a bidding war, which would make it tough for the Bengals to sign him.
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis agreed to a new four-year contract.
Morning take: Why is this important to the AFC North? Revis will face the Baltimore Ravens next week on "Monday Night Football."
The secondary of the Pittsburgh Steelers will be tested by passing additions made in Cincinnati and Baltimore.
Morning take: Safety Troy Polamalu's health will be key as Anquan Boldin and Terrell Owens bring unique challenges to the division.
Cleveland Browns general manager Tom Heckert does not regret drafting Montario Hardesty, who is out for the season with a knee injury.
Morning take: The Browns traded up and put a lot of stock in Hardesty, who had a reputation for being injured in college. He will have to bounce back strong next year to shed that label.