League News: Browns TEs coach Greg Seamon said last week that they think second-year TE David Njoku has a “long and very, very bright future” in the NFL and they expect to see improvement in 2018.
The Browns selected Njoku with the 29th overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft and continue to express excitement over his potential. “We have to keep in mind that this guy has a long and very, very bright future,” Seamon said, via Cleveland.com. “We expect continued improvement. That can never be an excuse, but it is what he came to us with very little experience. He was raw.” Seamon explained that the volume of plays they run in the NFL on top of a new language can lead to rookies, particularly at tight end, taking some time to get comfortable. “The volume of plays and the volume of language in the NFL that they have to take command of is daunting for a lot of these guys,” Seamon said. “So, for the tight ends, because they’re involved in every area and because we use them as tight ends, we use them as slot receivers, we will occasionally use them as a single receiver and then also in the backfield, they have to understand the whole NFL offense and it’s a big task.” In 2017, Njoku, 21, appeared in all 16 games for the Browns (five starts) and hauled in 32 receptions for 386 yards and four touchdowns.
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