Vacation is over for the year, and I will be with the AFC North blog until a new Super Bowl champion is crowned. Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the division:
Will the Cleveland Browns add a big-name receiver in free agency?
Morning take: Reading the tea leaves from the front office, the Browns believe their receivers are better than advertised. Cleveland will attack several areas -- such as defensive end and safety -- but receiver doesn't appear at the top of the list.
Safety and pending free agent Roy Williams isn't interested in talking about the lockout or his status with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Morning take: Once the lockout ends, Williams is not expected to return to Cincinnati. The Bengals are going younger, and Williams is 32 and has been injured in recent seasons.
Receiver Donte' Stallworth said he was grateful for the opportunity to play with the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: With Baltimore drafting two rookie receivers, Stallworth likely will move on this coming season. Baltimore's passing game struggled in 2010 and didn't get the chance to use Stallworth's speed.
Where does Heath Miller of the Pittsburgh Steelers rank among tight ends?
Morning take: Miller remains underrated due to his lack of big numbers. But his blocking, dependable hands and downfield running makes him one of the best at his position.