Morning take: Flacco begins passing camp

Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:

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.

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.