Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
The Baltimore Ravens will launch their own passing camp this week at Towson University.
Morning take: Quarterback Joe Flacco and other Ravens will get to work during this NFL lockout. This is a big year for Flacco in his fourth season, and he can't let the work stoppage get in the way.
Former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Ken Anderson says it's great that rookie Andy Dalton wants to wear his old No. 14.
Morning take: If Dalton is half as successful as Anderson, the rookie will have a solid career in Cincinnati. Here is some advice for Dalton.
Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward is closer to winning "Dancing With The Stars" after another stellar performance Monday.
Morning take: Ward has a chance to add another title to his résumé and remains the favorite. Will the offseason dancing help Ward become more nimble next season?
The New York Jets' overtime victory over the Cleveland Browns in Week 10 was among last season's most entertaining games.
Morning take: That was an intense contest that was very close to ending in a tie. But a couple of tactical errors down the stretch cost the Browns, and their season went downhill from there.