Browns’ TE David Njoku and his agent Drew Rosenhaus asked today for the team to trade him. The Browns told Njoku they would like to keep him, but Rosenhaus told them he’s intent on a trade. They want a trade before training camp.
About David Njoku’s trade request today to the Browns, agent Drew Rosenhaus said: "It is in David's best interest to find a new team at this time."
David Njoku is obviously unhappy with the addition of Austin Hooper to the roster for 2020, and is looking for a team to be their TE1. Keep an eye on this situation as it could certainly have an effect on his current 20th round ADP. Njoku has 1,066 receiving yards and nine touchdowns in his three-year career with the Browns.
In an effort to combat COVID-19, NFL teams are likely to bring fewer than the regular 90 players they ordinarily bring to training camp, per league sources. One source is predicting 80 per team, another 75, but no one is expecting 90.
Having smaller rosters at camp could hurt the undrafted free agents looking to make teams in 2020.
Joe Buscaglia: I believe the Bills would like to get Singletary more involved in the passing game this year, too. He’s an underrated route runner and his open-field vision makes him a potentially dangerous pass catcher. Singletary would likely draw the assignment of a linebacker or safety, and the Bills will like that matchup with how often he makes people miss.
Devin Singletary averaged 3.4 targets per game in 2019, but Buscaglia expects that number to rise in his sophomore season with the Bills. The Buffalo back is ranked as RB29 in half-PPR formats on 4for4.com and is leaving draft boards as a late-fourth to fifth-rounder.