Browns tight end David Njoku showed flashes of talent after Cleveland took him in the first round of last year’s draft, but his rookie numbers of 32 catches for 386 yards and four touchdowns weren’t exactly earth-shattering. This year, Njoku should be better.
That’s the word from Browns head coach Hue Jackson, who said he sees Njoku doing a lot more in the offense this year.
Jackson was quoted as saying he expects "to see a huge jump" from Njoku this season. He's only 21 and tight ends do tend to need at least a year to adjust to life in the NFL. We have Njoku ranked as our No. 22 TE in PPR formats, but his late-round value may be worth a flier for those in deeper leagues.