Cleveland Browns tight end (TE) David Njoku has hired Drew Rosenhaus as his new agent. The former first round pick is looking for a change of scenery and his new agent has requested a trade on his behalf. Rosenhaus has experience in facilitating trades for his clients from the Cleveland Browns. Last August, Rosenhaus successfully helped execute a trade that sent his client Duke Jonson to the Houston Texans.
Although he sat out the majority of 2019 with a fractured wrist, David Njoku still possesses the skills to be an elite pass-catching tight end in the NFL. Njoku was explosive in drills at the 2017 NFL Combine and has the tape to back it up at a college and NFL level. With a change of scenery, he has the potential to regain and build upon his 2018 form where he amassed 56 receptions for 639 yards and four touchdowns. His combination of size, speed and agility is unique and makes him a potential matchup nightmare for defensive coordinators across the league. In addition, Njoku has one year and a fifth year option remaining on his rookie contract making him relatively affordable for organizations across the league.
This offseason, the Cleveland Browns inked Pro Bowl tight end (TE) Austin Hooper to a multi year deal. The four year, $44 million ($23 million guaranteed) contract has set the market for the position and is the most lucrative contract a tight end has ever received in the history of the NFL. In addition, the Cleveland Browns also drafted Florida Atlantic University tight end Harrison Bryant in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL draft.
Camron Gharib is entering his first year at the University of San Francisco School of Law. In March of 2019, he graduated from Oregon State University with an Honors Bachelor of Science degree. At Oregon State University, Camron majored in Political Science with a minor in Anthropology while maintaining a position on the OSU Men’s Rowing team. Camron is pursuing a career as a Sports Attorney.