Browns' $55M receiver criticized before Bengals game for underperformance.

The Cleveland Browns are heading into the regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals with a deep and talented roster.  

Among the many players who could be crucial in any given game, there's a specific focus on tight end David Njoku, who has been labeled as a habitual underachiever.  

Njoku, a first-round pick in 2017 and a player who signed a lucrative four-year, $55 million contract extension with Cleveland in May 2022, has yet to fully live up to his draft status. 

Scott Petrak of Browns Zone emphasized that this needs to be the year for Njoku to step up. At 27 years old, he's in his prime, showcased promise during the preseason,  

And now has the opportunity to work with Deshaun Watson, who, if healthy and prepared, could be the best quarterback of Njoku's career. 

Cleveland's roster is stacked with playmakers in every skill position, creating an environment that should provide Njoku with the chance to finally break through. 

With Watson's penchant for throwing to tight ends and a supporting cast of offensive talents, Njoku has the tools and circumstances necessary to make a significant impact this season. 

In summary, the expectations are high for David Njoku in the upcoming season, and the  

Browns are hoping that he can elevate his performance to match his potential and the investment the team has made in him. 

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