David Njoku made the kind of play Saturday that shows why he was selected in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Surrounded by two defenders, Njoku soared through the air to nab a fourth-and-goal throw from Baker Mayfield to secure a touchdown for the first-team offense. He punctuated it, of course, with a Chief Slam -- something he's been able to do eight times over the past two seasons.
It was a moment coach Freddie Kitchens wants to see more and more as the Browns get closer to the season.
"We just need it every day," Kitchens said. "Like I told you guys before, I just want to know what I am getting when we go to the field and then we can plan accordingly, but if you never know what you are going to get, then it is hard to plan. I want the same guy every day with everybody. I try to be the same person ever day. I just want everybody around me to be the same guy every day.
"I think he is trying. I think David is trying. He understands what the problem is. We like to identify problems and then attack that problem, and I think he is doing that. We have progress to go. We have to get better every day. He falls into that bill."
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Check out photos from the thirteenth day of Browns Camp by team photographer Matt Starkey