Browns TE David Njoku questionable due to burn injuries

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku is questionable for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

The team said Njoku suffered burn injuries to his face and arm during a household accident. The injury occurred while he was trying to light a fire pit Friday night, a source told ESPN.

Tight end Zaire Mitchell-Paden was activated off Cleveland's practice squad to replace Njoku if he is unable to play. However, Njoku implied on social media Saturday afternoon that he will be ready to go against the Ravens.

The Browns also elevated quarterback P.J. Walker to the active roster with starting quarterback Deshaun Watson questionable for Sunday with a right arm injury. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he is "hopeful" that Watson will be able to play.

Njoku has 10 catches this season for 92 yards. He is coming off a career year in 2022 with 58 receptions for 628 yards and four touchdowns.

Tight ends Jordan Akins and Harrison Bryant will take Njoku's snaps should he be ruled out.