It’s clear the second-year player has become a focal point in Cleveland’s offense, taking reps with the first-team offense after catching two touchdowns on 10 receptions as a rookie.
“I said this at OTAs – he is an emerging player,” Browns coach Hue Jackson said Sunday. “I really liked Seth coming out (of college). Last year, I think he would be the first to tell you with all of the injuries and the newness of the National Football League that it was tough.”
It's still early, but it's worth nothing Njoku has struggled early on as DeValve has performed well.