CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns tight-end David Njoku is coming back to practice on Wednesday after taking a hiatus for a wrist injury he sustained during a game earlier this year.
Njoku suffered a wrist injury during a game against the New York Jets in Week 2. He was placed on the injured reserve on Sept. 20.
The Browns have 21 days to activate Njoku or he must remain on the injured reserve list for the remainder of the season.
He missed the required eight games. Once he is activated, he would be eligible to return as soon as possible for this week's game against the Miami Dolphins.
Prior to his injury, Njoku started one of two games this season, posting four catches for 37 yards and a score.