Collectors of Cleveland Browns memorabilia take note.
On June 9, a limited edition bobblehead of tight end David Njoku is available for pre-order on Foco’s website.
Only 144 of the hand painted bobbleheads are reportedly being produced.
Each bobblehead measures nine inches tall and is priced at $50.
The expected ship date is just days before Week 1 of the 2021 season, on September 9, 2021.
What The Bobblehead Looks Like
ONLY 144 MADE! David Njoku bobblehead Dawg Pound! Don't miss out pic.twitter.com/BHsWpYYBhm
— BobbleheadMania (@ManiaBobblehead) June 9, 2021
Njoku appears to be midair in a touchdown celebration.
It is a realistic depiction of his face and shows his two-toned hair.
A sign saying “Beware of Dawgs” is visible near Njoku’s lower body.
The base has the words “Dawg Pound” in bright orange print above his name, “Chief David Njoku”, a nod to his father who has called him “Chief” since he was a child.
Njoku Is Involved With Team In Offseason
We know that Njoku is spending time this week in Austin, Texas with Baker Mayfield and other offensive players working out, throwing together, and team building.
— clebrownsnetwork (@clebrownsntwork) June 9, 2021
He is also scheduled to play in Jarvis Landry‘s celebrity softball game this weekend.
Among the names Jarvis Landry mentioned for his June 12 celebrity softball game in Eastlake: David Njoku, Travis Kelce, Kareem Hunt, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Denzel Ward, Jedrick Wills, Mack Wilson and Darius Garland. Also Bernie Kosar will be involved.
— Marla Ridenour (@MRidenourABJ) May 21, 2021
Then, Njoku is expected in Berea, along with the rest of the Browns roster, for mandatory minicamp beginning June 15.
Njoku Is Committed To The Browns
Though Njoku waivered in the past about whether he wanted to play for the Cleveland Browns, he has been steadfast in his commitment lately.
The Browns seemed to have weathered the storm with tight end David Njoku, who requested a trade last summer. I'm told per source that Njoku is in a good place with the franchise.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) May 24, 2021
This is good news for the Browns offense and its fans because Njoku is a playmaker who can shine in Coach Stefanski’s multiple tight end schemes.
Going into 2021, a healthy and energized Njoku is exactly what the Browns need to be competitive and to improve on their 2020 offensive performance.
In 2020, Njoku caught 19 passes for 213 yards and 2 touchdowns.
He was targeted 29 times.
Njoku’s career best season was 2018 when he caught 56 passes for 639 yards and scored 4 touchdowns.
He was targeted 88 times during that 2018 season.
Let’s hope Njoku’s 2021 numbers are more reminiscent of 2018.