If not for Deshaun Watson’s looming suspension, Njoku would jump out as a screaming value as the 20th tight end off the board in the 14th round at Underdog. Austin Hooper is gone, Watson is (theoretically) in, and the Browns signaled how much they value the athletic Njoku by slapping him with the franchise tag in March. Some may question his upside as he hasn’t cleared 500 yards receiving since 2018 (when he posted 56-639-4), but his very promising career was derailed by a wrist fracture in 2019 and this will be the first time since ‘18 that he’ll be a full-time player. He posted the 11th-highest yards per route run last season, which highlights his efficiency. The Browns are pretty weak at WR2/WR3 as well, so there’s the chance that he establishes himself as the team’s No. 2 option after Amari Cooper. If Watson is hit with a long suspension it will certainly affect Njoku’s outlook since Jacoby Brissett doesn’t offer the same passing upside.