Hall of Famer
- Feb 16, 2006
I will admit I don't watch a lot of Cleveland games but judging from his stats he is bang average. Unless his blocking or special teams contribution is outstanding his numbers are the kind of numbers where you can let him walk if he doesn't sign a team friendly deal.First round bust Njoku is now the fifth highest paid TE in the league. What a joke. The Browns owner, who gave Deshaun Watson an unprecedented huge guaranteed salary, is the biggest Caste clown of them all in a league filled with them.
There’s a new top-five highest paid tight end in the NFL and his name is David Njoku. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that the Browns and Njoku reached an agreement in principle on a four-year, $56.75 million contract extension, with $28 million guaranteed. Njoku, 25, becomes the fifth highest paid tight end in the NFL with the deal, behind the 49ers’ George Kittle, the Chiefs’ Travis Kelce, the Eagles’ Dallas Goedert and the Ravens’ Mark Andrews. https://www.outkick.com/browns-lock...term-make-him-fifth-highest-paid-at-position/
It sounds like 14 million a year is now a replacement level tight end...