Browns tight end David Njoku made headlines last month when he requested to be traded out of Cleveland.
It seems he has had a change of heart.
According to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, Njoku has decided to stay put.
#Browns tight end David Njoku no longer wants to be trade, source tells me. He tweeted today: ‘I’m all in Cleveland. Time to work’ https://t.co/XJu4XoYttH
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) August 1, 2020
Rosenhaus says they have had some “good meetings” with members of the Browns organization, including G.M Andrew Berry.
Njoku has decided to “give the team his full commitment right now and go from there.”
Njoku recently posted on his Twitter account, saying “I’m all in on Cleveland, time to work.”
I’m all in Cleveland. Time to work.
— Chief David Njoku (@David_Njoku80) August 1, 2020
Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski has also talked about Njoku’s attitude in camp.
“My stance hasn’t changed,’’ Stefanski said. “The organization’s stance hasn’t changed in that we believe in David, excited to work with him. I will get to finally be in the same room as him this weekend as he is coming in for physicals and then get out on the field with him Monday.’’
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