Browns, Njoku agree to 4-year, $56.75M deal


The Cleveland Browns and tight end David Njoku have reached a new four-year deal, a source told ESPN on Friday.

The Browns had used the franchise tag on Njoku — worth $10.931 million for the 2022 season — and had until July 15 to agree to a long-term contract.

Njoku, 25, has totaled 148 receptions in five seasons with the Browns, including 36 for 475 yards and four touchdowns last season.

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