The former first round tight end hasn't lived up to his draft capital, posting a 93/1,066/9 line over three seasons in Cleveland. The arrival of Austin Hooper, who signed a record breaking deal for a tight end, clearly has Njoku frustrated and has culminated in this request. There's little doubting Njoku's talent, but injuries and scheme fit just haven't worked out so far during his time with the Browns. A change of scenery is clearly the best thing for Njoku and his dynasty owners alike. Currently our TE21, Njoku is a hold at the moment while things shake out. Let's just hope the Browns decide to cave in to his demands.