AFC North Standings

Team Conf Overall
8-4-0 10-7-0
7-5-0 9-7-1
5-7-0 8-9-0
5-7-0 8-9-0

2021 Receiving

STATS REC YDS AVG TD LNG
Regular Season 21 233 11.1 3 41

Top Harrison Bryant News

  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Promising finish to season

    Bryant caught one of three targets for nine yards in Week 18's 21-16 win over the Bengals.

    Bryant saw his three-game touchdown streak end, but the second-year tight end had a pair of red-zone targets, giving him five looks inside the 20 over the final four weeks of the season. He didn't make a big splash in 2021, settling in as the No. 3 tight end, but he managed to post numbers similar to his mildly surprising rookie campaign of 2020 when he out-snapped David Njoku. Bryant finished the campaign with 21 catches on 28 targets for 233 yards and those three late-season TDs. Looking ahead to 2022, both he and Austin Hooper are under contract, and there's talk that the Browns will bring back Njoku as well. That would mean little change among the position group. If Njoku doesn't return, then Bryant likely takes on a larger role next season.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Scores in third straight game

    Bryant caught his lone target for a one-yard touchdown reception in Monday's 26-14 loss to Pittsburgh.

    Bryant's managed to salvage his second NFL season with touchdowns in three consecutive contests. He and fellow tight end David Njoku accounted for both of Cleveland's touchdowns Monday, giving the position group a team-high 10 touchdown catches in 2021. Cleveland involves its tight ends -- the group has 28 red zone looks, one fewer than wideouts and running backs combined -- so there's value to be had here. The issue becomes choosing the right one on gameday.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Finds end zone again

    Bryant caught his lone target for a one-yard touchdown in Week 16's 24-22 loss to the Packers on Saturday.

    Bryant found space in the end zone for an easy touchdown catch, the second straight game with a score for the second-year player. The Browns' three-headed crew at tight end makes it hard to predict which of Bryant, Austin Hooper or David Njoku will be the one to step up for a fantasy team any given week, but Cleveland's tight ends have accounted for eight of the team's 17 passing scores.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Cleared after full practice

    Bryant (ankle) practiced fully Thursday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Saturday's game against the Packers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Bryant opened the week with a pair of limited sessions but upgraded to full participation Thursday and should suit up Saturday. He caught a touchdown last week while Austin Hooper was on the reserve/COVID-19 list, but Bryant's expected to cede the majority of snaps to Hooper and David Njoku against Green Bay.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Another listed limited practice

    Bryant (ankle) was listed as limited on Wednesday's practice estimate, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Unless Bryant is able to practice fully Thursday, he's likely to carry an injury designation ahead of Saturday's game against the Packers. However, unless David Njoku's listed knee issue is something that might affect his Week 16 status, Bryant's fantasy upside will be capped, given that Austin Hooper was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Banged up after Week 15

    Bryant (ankle) was listed as a limited participant on the Browns' estimated injury report Tuesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    The tight end came into Monday's loss to the Raiders listed as questionable with a high-ankle sprain, but he was cleared to make his return from a one-game absence. He finished with two receptions for 11 yards and a touchdown in the contest and wasn't believed to have suffered any setbacks, so his appearance on Cleveland's initial Week 16 injury report may just be precautionary. So long as he maintains limited activity or upgrades to full participation by Thursday, he should be cleared to play Saturday in Green Bay.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Active for Monday's game

    Bryant (ankle) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Raiders, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.

    With Austin Hooper on the reserve/COVID-19 list, look for David Njoku to head the Browns' tight ends corps Monday. However, as long as his ankle holds up, Bryant -- who was inactive Week 14 -- is a candidate to see targets from fill-in QB Nick Mullens, with Miller Forristall in reserve. In that context, Bryant profiles as a lineup option for those scrambling for a plug-in at this stage of the week.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Hits paydirt in loss

    Bryant caught two of two targets for 11 yards, including a six-yard touchdown catch in Monday's 16-14 loss to Las Vegas.

    Bryant was touch-and-go during the practice week with an ankle injury but was needed amid a COVID-19 outbreak that made starting tight end Austin Hooper unavailable. His touchdown catch gave Cleveland a 14-13 lead with just under four minutes left. It was the first TD of the season for Bryant, who operated as the second tight end behind David Njoku. The second-year player out of Florida Atlantic has caught 18 of 23 targets for 222 yards over 13 games (17.1 YPG).

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Questionable for Week 15

    Bryant (ankle) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Raiders, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.

    Bryant, who last suited up Week 12, is bouncing back from a high-ankle sprain, but the fact he was able to get some work in during Thursday's practice gives him a chance to return to action this weekend. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Austin Hooper currently is on the reserve/COVID-19 list, while David Njoku was activated from the list Thursday.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: May practice Wednesday

    Bryant (ankle) is in line to return to practice Wednesday, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.

    Bryant suffered a high-ankle sprain Week 12 at Baltimore, but with the benefit of the Browns' ensuing bye week he's only missed one game so far due to the injury. If he gets back on the field Wednesday, he could be set up nicely for a big workload Saturday with multiple Cleveland players landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list. In his position group alone, Austin Hooper, David Njoku and Stephen Carlson are on the list, leaving Bryant and Miller Forristall as the remaining TEs on the active roster.

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  • Browns' Harrison Bryant: Limited at Tuesday's walkthrough

    Bryant (ankle) was listed as limited on Tuesday's practice estimate, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Coach Kevin Stefanski relayed earlier Tuesday to Jake Trotter of ESPN.com that Bryant was poised to return to practice Wednesday. Tuesday's development sets up Bryant to do just that, and the timing couldn't be better as he puts a Week 12 high-ankle sprain further in the rearview mirror. The Browns currently have three tight ends -- Austin Hooper (illness), David Njoku (undisclosed) and Stephen Carlson (undisclosed/knee) -- on the reserve/COVID-19 list, meaning Bryant and Miller Forristall are the only tight ends available on the active roster.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 230 lbs
Birthplace: Macon, GA
Age: 23
Class: Sophomore