Photos: In Focus - David Njoku
TE David Njoku recorded his first touchdown of the 2023 season in Week 8 against the Seahawks, when he caught an a pass and ran for 18 yards into the end zone. Njoku has 28 receptions on the season for 293 yards and one touchdown. Through seven games, Njoku is averaging 10.5 yards per catch.
Photos: In Focus - Anthony Walker
LB Anthony Walker Jr. continues to have a major impact both on and off the field for the Browns, as he was nominated for the 2023 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award – which acknowledges NFL players who excel on the field and demonstrate a passion for creating a lasting impact beyond the game in their communities. He was also selected by his teammates as the Browns 2023 Ed Block Courage Award recipient – which is given annually to a member of each NFL team who best exemplifies the qualities of Ed Block, based on courage, compassion, commitment and community.
Photos: In Focus - Grant Delpit
S Grant Delpit has played a key role for the Browns in their secondary and overall defensive success this season. Through 11 games, he has 70 total tackles – 55 of which are solo tackles – and three passes defended. He has a split sack, a fumble recovery that he returned for 14 yards and an interception.
Photos: In Focus - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah had a dominant defensive performance against the Broncos. He totaled 12 tackles – seven solo tackles and five assisted tackles. He also had two tackles for loss and recorded the Browns only sack on QB Russell Wilson for a loss of nine yards. Owusu-Koramoah made his presence known on the defensive side of the ball from the first quarter, as he forced Wilson to fumble, which the Browns recovered.
Photos: In Focus - 3D Dog
The Cleveland Browns unveiled a new immersive game entertainment display of a forced perspective 3D dog in various elements on the scoreboard during the third quarter of their matchup against the Browns on Nov. 19. The Browns partnered with Already Been Chewed, which creates immersive visual experiences through design, motion graphics, and 3D animation to create this concept.
Photos: In Focus - David Njoku
TE David Njoku's effort after a catch were recognized this week, as he won Good Morning Football's Angry Runs scepter this week for his 23-yard gain in the fourth quarter against the Ravens. Njoku excelled in Week 10 in his yards after the catch, as he finished the day with 58 reception yards on six catches, and 54 yards after the catch. Njoku has 38 receptions on the season for 377 yards and two touchdowns. Through nine games, Njoku is averaging 9.9 yards per catch.
Photos: In Focus - The Offensive Line
The Browns offensive line took the next man up mentality to heart on Sunday against the Ravens. They blocked well, creating gaps for their rushers and giving QB Deshaun Watson time to throw the ball to the receivers. The offensive line also used their collective effort to push RB Jerome Ford forward for a critical first down on their game-winning drive.
Photos: In Focus - Deshaun Watson
QB Deshaun Watson rallied the Browns offense in the second half of Sunday's 33-31 comeback win over the Ravens. He managed scoring drives on five of the Browns' six possessions in the second half, while also completing all 14 of his passes for 134 yards and a touchdown. He finished the game completing 20 of 34 passes for 213 yards and one touchdown.
Photos: In Focus - Dalvin Tomlinson
DT Dalvin Tomlinson has played an important role on the interior of the Browns defensive line this season, as he has 14 tackles and three sacks through six games. Tomlinson's presence on the defensive line increased in Week 9 against the Cardinals, as he had four total tackles and 2.5 sacks on rookie QB Clayton Tune.
Photos: In Focus - Amari Cooper
WR Amari Cooper has been the Browns best receiver this season, as he leads the team with 617 receiving yards through eight games. He has the most receptions with 35 – averaging 17.6 yards per catch – as well as two touchdowns. Against the Cardinals, Cooper finished the game with 139 yards on five targets and a touchdown, and his 139 yards is his highest yardage total with the Browns and the most since Week 1 of 2021.
Photos: In Focus - Dustin Hopkins
K Dustin Hopkins set a new NFL record with at least one 50-plus yard field goal in five consecutive games. Hopkins is 7-of-7on field goals of 50-plus yards this season and set a career-longest with a 58-yard field goal against the Colts in Week 7. He is also 16-of-18 in field goal attempts on the year, and a perfect 8-of-8 in extra points for a total of 56 points through six games.
Photos: In Focus - Browns Defensive Backs
The Browns DBs have been a dominant force in the success of the Browns defense. They limited the 49ers to 125 receiving yards on Oct. 15, 2023 at Cleveland Browns Stadium.