Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC North:
Former Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Dwan Edwards agreed to a deal with the Buffalo Bills.
Morning take: Baltimore has now lost Edwards and Justin Bannan in free agency. The team needs to replenish its depth through the draft.
Who will play right guard next season for the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Morning take: I'm not sure Ramon Foster and Trai Essex are the answer. If the Steelers don't find an upgrade, those will be their two choices.
Both the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets are looking at Rutgers cornerback Devin McCourty.
Morning take: The Browns need cornerbacks, so it makes sense. I'm not sure New York's defense needs much help.
This summer's Hall of Fame Game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Dallas Cowboys sold out in less than a day.
Morning take: Bengaldom will represent well in Canton, Ohio. With Dick LeBeau getting inducted and Cincinnati playing its first preseason game, it should be a fun weekend for the AFC North.