Njoku to reserve COVID-19 list among six Browns moves

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The Cleveland Browns continue to make a flurry of moves as they enter the most important stretch of their season. At 6-6, the Browns have five games against playoff contenders to finish the season. They may have to run the table to make the playoffs but the team has a chance to make the postseason.

Today came news that TE David Njoku was going to be placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. His status for Sunday’s important game with the Baltimore Ravens is in doubt.

In a flurry of other corresponding moves at the position, the team replaced Njoku with TE Miller Forristall off their practice squad and signed TE Ross Travis to the practice squad.

To make room for Travis, Cleveland released OL Tristen Hoge.

The team got good news with long snapper Charley Hughlett being activated from the COVID-19 list and FB Johnny Stanton returning to the practice squad off the COVID-19 list.

A lot of movement that could be very short-lived depending on Njoku’s stay on the sidelines. When he is activated, Forristall will likely be waived and returned to the practice squad while Travis would be released.

We will keep you up to date on Njoku’s status as news becomes available.