Harrison Bryant, TE (CLE)

Scores second TD

Bryant caught his lone target for a two-yard touchdown in Sunday's 29-12 loss to Denver.

Bryant lined up in the backfield and found his way to an open space at the goal line to haul in the first career TD pass for quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson (concussion). It was Bryant's second touchdown of the season and first since Week 1. He's firmly behind David Njoku in the pecking order at tight end and has just 10 targets through 11 games. Bryant's knowledge of the system, however, keeps him relevant, and the Browns have deployed him in unique ways -- he's been used as both a runner and wildcat quarterback, although he fumbled a snap while lined up under center in Sunday's loss.

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