David Njoku expected to have a break out year with the Cleveland Browns in 2019. However an injury avoided him from measuring up to the expectations that were provided to him prior to the season.

Following an injury-riddled season, Njoku’s No. 1 goal for 2020 is to remain healthy:

” My No. 1 goal is to stay healthy,” he said in a current interview, via the group’s main website. “If I can stay healthy, the sky is the limitation. It’s going to be special. We have all the tools here, and we have a terrific coach, so we’re truly thrilled to put all of it together.”

Heading into the 2019 season, Njoku was predicted to take a massive step forward in Cleveland’s offense. The Browns had actually just acquired Odell Beckham Jr. and had Jarvis Landry as their No. 2 pass receiver.

Supplied that, the Browns expected Njoku to have a lots of opportunities to shine in the passing attack. However, the previous first-round choice would just play in four games after suffering a wrist injury that would land him on hurt reserve.

Throughout those 4 video games, Njoku only managed to tape five receptions for 41 yards and a goal. And even when he returned from injured reserve, Njoku wasn’t utilized much in the offense.

And now, with Kevin Stefanski at head coach and Alex Van Pelt as the offensive coordinator, Njoku’s expectations for 2020 mirror the ones we saw for him in 2019.

If he can avoid the injury bug next season, Njoku thinks he could grow with the Browns, in spite of the team adding Austin Hooper and novice Harrison Bryant.

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