David Njoku injury update: Browns tight end broke wrist vs. Jets, report says

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David Njoku had a tough evening in opposition to the Jets on Monday.

In keeping with NFL Community, Njoku suffered a damaged wrist within the 23-Three win over New York at MetLife Stadium.

That’s along with the concussion that compelled him to depart the sport.

Njoku is searching for second opinions on whether or not or not he’ll bear surgical procedure and might be out for near a month, in keeping with the report.

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#Browns TE David Njoku suffered a damaged wrist throughout Monday’s recreation, supply stated. He’s searching for further opinions to see if he wants surgical procedure, however he’s out for greater than a month if the preliminary estimates maintain up. (@SportsBoyTony on it first.)

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 18, 2019

Njoku, 23, was a first-round decide by the Browns out of Miami in 2017.

He has 4 catches for 37 yards and a landing this season and 1,062 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns in his three-year profession.

The Browns play the Rams on Sunday at 8:20 p.m. ET.


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