41. Browns, Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
Tight end has been virtually non-existent on this roster during the 2019 season, so the Cleveland Browns have no choice but to address the second biggest glaring need on the team.
It was thought David Njoku would play a big role for Cleveland’s offense in 2019, but a Week 2 wrist injury derailed his season.
Now, there’s rumors that this could be Njoku’s last season in Cleveland. The Miami “U” product wasn’t a pick of Dorsey. It was Sashi Brown who made Njoku a first-round pick, along with Myles Garrett and Jabrill Peppers back in 2017.
Peppers is gone, and it’s not like Njoku has set the world on fire when healthy. In fact, drops plagued his early years as a pro.
At 6-foot-2, 239 pounds, Bryant is said to be a good route runner with soft hands.
If the Browns don’t choose a tight end, it wouldn’t be all that surprising to see Dorsey go with another offensive lineman, or a safety.