Njoku has had good meetings with the Browns recently, and he's decided "to give the team his full commitment right now and go from there," his agent Drew Rosenhaus said Saturday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The 2017 first-round pick also tweed Saturday that he's "all in" with Cleveland.
Njoku and his agent requested a trade from the Browns on July 3, with a trade intended before training camp. Cleveland reportedly preferred not to move the 24-year-old.
The Browns have made several changes on and off the field this offseason, including hiring new head coach Kevin Stefanski and general manager Andrew Berry. Cleveland also added tight ends Austin Hooper in free agency, and this year's fourth-round draft pick Harrison Bryant.
Njoku struggled to stay healthy last season, and he appeared in just four games, amassing only five receptions. He racked up 56 catches for 639 yards and four touchdowns during his sophomore campaign in 2018.