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Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Bills. He got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday and told reporters on Friday that he’ll be back for this one. We’ll get Cleveland’s inactives around 11:30 am ET on Sunday. Njoku probably still isn't at 100%, leaving him as a risk/reward Week 11 fantasy play. See where he sits in the TE Rankings.

Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) returned to a limited practice on Thursday. It's his 1st practice of any kind since going down in Week 7. We'd still consider Njoku iffy for this weekend's game vs. the Bills, but check back tomorrow for another update on his status.

Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. At this point, fantasy owners can't be counting on him to play vs. the Bills this weekend. We'll see if Njoku is able to get on the practice field tomorrow.

Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Dolphins. We’ll see if he can make it back from the high-ankle sprain for Week 11. When Njoku missed Cleveland’s last game, TE Harrison Bryant ran a route on just 42% of pass plays and finished without a target, so he’s not a bankable fantasy spot starter.

Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) missed practice again on Thursday. At this point, he's looking unlikely to play vs. the Dolphins this weekend. TE Harrison Bryant went target-less when Njoku missed Cleveland's last game, so he's not a viable fantasy play if Njoku is out on Sunday.

Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. He said earlier this week that he's hoping to return for Sunday's game vs. the Dolphins, but this isn't a good start. Check back tomorrow for another update on Njoku.

Browns TE David Njoku told reporters on Monday that he's hoping to return for this weekend's game vs. the Dolphins. Njoku at that point will be 3 weeks removed from what was reported as a high-ankle sprain. It'd be a relatively quick recovery, but we'll keep a close eye on Njoku's practice participation this week.

Browns TE David Njoku (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday night's game vs. the Bengals. He'll likely miss multiple games with his high-ankle sprain. Njoku's absence leaves Harrison Bryant as Cleveland's lead TE. TE Pharaoh Brown (concussion, neck) is listed as questionable after returning to a limited practice on Saturday.

Browns TE David Njoku suffered a high-ankle sprain in the Week 7 loss to the Ravens, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Schefter gives Njoku a 2-5 week timetable for return, but high-ankle sprains tend to keep guys out at least 4 weeks. Njoku is only worth stashing in deep leagues and TE-premium leagues. His absence leaves Harrison Bryant as Cleveland's lead TE -- and a potential low-end fantasy spot starter.

A source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that Browns TE David Njoku's ankle injury “isn’t serious" and that “he will be OK.” It's good news, especially after word that Njoku was in a walking boot and on crutches after the loss to Baltimore. We're still expecting Njoku to miss some time, but we should have a better idea about his timeline for return by tomorrow night.

Browns TE David Njoku was in a walking boot and on crutches after injuring his ankle in Sunday's loss to the Ravens, according to insider Mary Kay Cabot. We should learn more about his status on Monday, but fantasy owners should obviously be preparing for him to miss time.

Browns TE David Njoku has been ruled out of Sunday's game vs. the Ravens with an ankle injury. He racked up 71 yards on 7 catches before exiting. We'll update his status when we know more.

Browns TE David Njoku delivered his 3rd straight game with at least 5 receptions and more than 70 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. He caught all 6 of his targets for a team-high 88 yards. that followed receiving lines of 9-89-1 and 5-73. Njoku is a weekly TE1 as of now.

Browns TE David Njoku caught 5 balls among 7 targets for a team-with 73 yards in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. He tied for the team reception lead with WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, who led Cleveland with 9 targets. DPJ collected 71 yards. No other Brown exceeded 35 yards receiving. TE Harrison Bryant was the only other player with more than 2 receptions. He caught 4 of 6 targets for 18 yards. WR Amari Cooper drew just 4 looks and caught only 1 for 9 yards.

Browns TE David Njoku managed 3 grabs (5 targets) for 32 yards in Week 2. Nothing exciting to report here, although Njoku just missed scoring when he failed to keep his feet in bounds. He added 1 drop that would have gone for a first down. Through 2 weeks, Njoku’s been out-targeted (8-6) and out-produced (63 yards vs. 39 yards) by TE Harrison Bryant. Next up is a tough Thursday night matchup vs. Pittsburgh.

Browns TE David Njoku garnered just 1 target in Sunday's win over the Panthers, trailing Harrison Bryant (4) among other teammates. Njoku did run a route on 74% of QB Jacoby Brissett's dropbacks. So there's hope for his opportunities increase. But Njoku shouldn't be in Week 2 lineups, if you can help it.

Following a settlement between the Browns and the league, QB Deshaun Watson will be suspended 11 games. He’ll pay a $5 million fine and be required to enter a treatment program. Watson’s now scheduled to make his Browns debut in Week 13… at Houston. The 11-game suspension makes Watson undraftable outside of deep 2-QB leagues and maybe as a last-round pick in best-ball tournaments. The fantasy values of guys like Nick Chubb, Amari Cooper and David Njoku also take a hit with the news. We'll see if Cleveland makes a move for QB Jimmy Garoppolo.

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