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Sport Browns TE David Njoku seemingly walks back trade demand on Twitter

00:16  02 august  2020
00:16  02 august  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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— Chief David Njoku (@ David _ Njoku 80) August 1, 2020. A league source confirmed to ESPN that Njoku has rescinded his trade request, at least for now. Last week, first-year Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said that Njoku still remained in the team's plans even after the tight end's new agent

Browns TE David Njoku is probably not long for Cleveland, and that he wants out. It doesn’t help matters that the Browns also selected TE Harrison Bryant out of Florida Atlanta in the fourth round 1/2 Browns ’ TE David Njoku and his agent Drew Rosenhaus asked today for the team to trade him.

After abruptly demanding a trade just before the start of training camp, Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku appears to have quietly moved on from that request.

a close up of a baseball player wearing a helmet: David Njoku played in only four games for Cleveland last season, catching just five passes in an injury-marred season. © Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports David Njoku played in only four games for Cleveland last season, catching just five passes in an injury-marred season.

On Saturday, Njoku tweeted that he was “all in” with Cleveland, suggesting that he was no longer seeking a trade from the Browns.

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Tight end David Njoku is ready to leave the Browns . Via his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, Njoku has asked Cleveland to trade him away.Adam Schefter of ESPN first reported the trade demand , which comes at the onset of the holiday weekend.Earlier this offseason the new Browns regime of GM

David Njoku has requested a trade from the Cleveland Browns , according to his agent. The tight end, a first-round pick in 2017, is under contract with the "It is in David 's best interest to find a new team at this time," Rosenhaus told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Njoku missed most of last season through injury

The Njoku saga was a strange one. Last month, he and his agent pushed the Browns for a trade before the start of camp. The organization did not appear to make much of an effort to accommodate that request, and we didn’t hear much else about it aside from the odd tweet from Njoku.

a close up of a baseball player wearing a helmet: David Njoku played in only four games for Cleveland last season, catching just five passes in an injury-marred season. © Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports David Njoku played in only four games for Cleveland last season, catching just five passes in an injury-marred season.

Njoku played in only four games for Cleveland last season, catching just five passes in an injury-marred season. The Browns spent big money to bring in Austin Hooper to play the same position this offseason, but it’s been said they still have a big role in mind for Njoku.

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David Njoku has requested a trade from the Cleveland Browns , according to his agent. The tight end, a first-round pick in 2017, is under contract with the "It is in David 's best interest to find a new team at this time," Rosenhaus told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Njoku missed most of last season through injury

Browns tight end David Njoku has requested a trade , according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (via Twitter ). Cleveland has told Njoku that it would prefer to Njoku ’s stance is perfectly reasonable. The Browns signed Austin Hooper to be their TE 1 this offseason, and while the club exercised Njoku ’s

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