Browns TE David Njoku (wrist) elects not to have surgery

David Njoku has elected not to have surgery on his broken wrist, a league source told cleveland.com.

Njoku broke the wrist against the Jets when cornerback Nate Hairston upended him in the first quarter on a high pass from Baker Mayfield. He also suffered a concussion on the play.

Related players: Demetrius Harris

Fantasy Impact: 

Njoku was placed on injured reserve last week and must miss a minimum of eight games. But not having surgery increases his chance of returning this season. With Njoku out, Harris caught a two-yard TD pass that put the Browns up 13-10 in the third quarter.

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