TE Jordan Franks
I’m going to say something about the Browns‘ tight ends that I think most people will take a second, think about and then eventually agree with. They will never be a bad trio of guys, but they have already hit their ceiling in potential.
Thankfully, their ceiling is actually high enough to help the team, even if it isn’t high enough to utterly control and dominate opposing offenses. Austin Hooper is a tight end who’s good at everything but not great at anything. David Njoku has improved his run blocking just enough that he’s no longer a liability but not so much that he’s truly impressive. Harrison Bryant might be the best all-around athlete at the position but he’s not a great blocker and has not shown to be that dynamic of a playmaker.
And all three have had injury issues before; minor or otherwise.
So just by the sheer laws of average, Jordan Franks will eventually get a call to come play with the main roster. It probably won’t be a huge impact for the team but anything Franks can do in that situation will be a mighty help, especially if Franks can play well in the absence of a potentially injured starter at the position.