Browns' David Njoku (hamstring) expected to play Sunday
Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku (hamstring) "should be able to get out there" for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Ian Rapoport reports.
While not the most optimistic verbiage, Njoku appears on track to suit up for Sunday's critical game against the Chiefs. The Browns will need all hands on deck to match the Chiefs' pace today, so Njoku's presence will be a welcome one despite his part-time role in the offense.
While Njoku hasn't reached 50 receiving yards in a game since Week 1, he has been an effective pass-blocker in 2020, grading out as PFF's eighth-best tight end in that category. Our models currently project him to score 3.1 fantasy points today.
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