Harrison Bryant

#88 TE / Cleveland Browns / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 230 lb Age: 23 College: Florida Atlantic Bye 13

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Little impact Week 3

    Harrison Bryant did not catch either of his two targets in Sunday's 26-6 win over the Bears.The good news for Bryant is that he out-targeted fellow backup tight end David Njoku (zero targets) for a second straight week. The bad news is that his 33 snaps ranked third behind Njoku (50) and Austin Hooper among Cleveland tight ends for a third consecutive week.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: More attention Week 2

    Harrison Bryant caught all four of his targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Texans.Bryant was a forgotten man Week 1, slipping behind David Njoku in terms of snaps and targets, but the second-year tight end was more involved in the win over Houston. His first catch was a 29-yard grab that put the Cleveland Browns in business at Houston's six-yard line, setting up their first score. In terms of snaps, Bryant (31) was on the field fewer times than Njoku (36), but he had the greater impact. The position group as a whole was busy, leading the team with 12 targets, as wide receiver Jarvis Landry lasted only two plays before injuring his MCL. Landry joined the inactive Odell Beckham (knee) on the sidelines, leaving Cleveland without its top two receivers. Landry is expected to miss multiple games, and if Beckham's unable to play next Sunday against the Bears, Bryant and the tight ends may be relied on heavily once again.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Targeted twice in opener

    Harrison Bryant caught one of two targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 33-29 loss to Kansas City.Bryant emerged as the second tight end ahead of David Njoku in 2020, but the roles were reversed in the season opener. Close watchers of the Cleveland Browns' training camp and preseason were expecting this, but it became noticeable Week 1, when Njoku (35 snaps) nearly doubled the playing time of Bryant, who was on the field for 19 offensive snaps.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Will play Week 1

    Harrison Bryant is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, according to Andrew Gribble of the Cleveland Browns' official site.Bryant makes the active roster for the season opener, but he is behind both Austin Hooper and David Njoku on the depth chart. As a result, he's not expected to have a big role in the Browns' passing attack Sunday.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Sits out Sunday

    Harrison Bryant did not play in Sunday's 17-13 win over the Giants in preseason Week 2, Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram reports.A healthy Bryant played the preseason opener last week against the Jaguars but got the day off Sunday. He joined Austin Hooper and David Njoku on the no-play list, while Connor Davis and Jordan Franks were given a lot of run at tight end. The Cleveland Browns also deployed fullback Johnny Stanton at tight end. With Stephen Carlson (knee) expected to miss multiple months, and perhaps the entire season, the Browns will need a fourth tight end.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Adds weight

    Harrison Bryant added mass to his body during the offseason, Anthony Poisal and Andrew Gribble of the Cleveland Browns' official site report.Bryant was a 230-pounder as a rookie in 2020 and noted the challenge when lining up against muscular defensive ends. As such, he wanted added bulk to become a better blocker. He's pushing 245 pounds in this camp, and he's less overmatched. Of course, technique matters when it comes to blocking, and that's an area he's focused on in camp. The added mass provides another benefit, this one as a receiver, which showed during Thursday's session when he caught a contested ball. Bryant enters Saturday's preseason opener third on the unofficial depth chart behind Austin Hooper and David Njoku.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Third on depth chart

    Harrison Bryant is listed as the No. 3 tight end on Cleveland's unofficial depth chart.Bryant played more than David Njoku (shoulder) in 2020, but the Cleveland Browns are leaning toward Njoku as the top backup to starter Austin Hooper. At least that was case until Njoku missed Tuesday's practice with a shoulder injury, paving the way for Bryant to get more practice reps as the team prepares for its first preseason game Saturday against Jacksonville.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Scores in two-minute drills

    Harrison Bryant caught a 39-yard pass from Case Keenum during Cleveland's two-minute drill practice session Sunday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.Cleveland's second-team offense had a banner day against the first-team defense in the two-minute drills, largely due to their tight ends. Bryant, who had multiple touchdown catches during the entire practice session, caught his two-minute drill TD on a post route, then David Njoku leapt for a one-yard touchdown grab on a fade route. It was a look into the riches the Cleveland Browns have at tight end, as both Bryant and Njoku are behind starter Austin Hooper.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Quiet in playoffs

    Harrison Bryant had one target over 13 snaps in Sunday's 22-17 playoff loss to the Chiefs.Bryant had zero catches and one target over Cleveland's two playoff games. The rookie shared a role with veteran David Njoku all season behind starter Austin Hooper, but Bryant had much less usage than Njoku (30 snaps) in the loss. He finished the regular season with more targets (38), catches (24), yards (238) and touchdowns (three) than Njoku (29-19-213-2), but both players were firmly behind Hooper. All three tight ends are under contract in 2021; however, there's not much space for Bryant to grow his 2020 output.

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    Browns' Harrison Bryant: Untargeted in return

    Harrison Bryant was not targeted in Sunday's 48-37 wild-card win over Pittsburgh.Bryant returned to action for the playoffs after missing the regular-season finale while on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The rookie played 22 snaps, one more than fellow backup David Njoku, but both players paled in comparison to Austin Hooper, who had a team-high 11 targets over 60 snaps. The Cleveland Browns move to the AFC divisional round next Sunday to play the Chiefs, whose defense ranked 28th in yards allowed to opposing tight ends (59.6 YPG).

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