Njoku’s first three seasons in Cleveland have been up and down. The former first-round pick finished with 56 catches for 639 yards and four touchdowns in 2018. It appeared as if things were on the right track, but Njoku played in just four games last season after breaking his wrist.
There’s a chance we could see him in the NFC North. Not with the Vikings, who have Kyle Rudolph and Irv Smith Jr. at tight end, but instead the Packers.
Njoku would add another target for Aaron Rodgers, something they didn’t do during the NFL Draft. Njoku would be an instant starter for a tight end group that includes Josiah Deguara, Evan Baylis, Mercedes Lewis, James Looney, Jace Sternerger and Robert Tonyan.