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Browns trade former Oklahoma State DE Emmanuel Ogbah to Chiefs

Ogbah spent three seasons in Cleveland.

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Emmanuel Ogbah will suit for a new NFL team next season after the Browns traded the former Oklahoma State defensive end to the Chiefs in exchange for safety Eric Murray on Monday.

Ogbah, 25, was drafted in the second round (32nd overall) of the 2016 NFL draft. He had 26 sacks in his last two seasons at Oklahoma State, including 13 in 2015 that led the Big 12 and was fourth in the nation.

Ogbah posted 12.5 sacks in three seasons with Cleveland, and started all 40 games he played. In 14 games last season, he finished with three sacks and 40 tackles.

There are 21 former OSU players on active NFL rosters, including offensive lineman Zachary Crabtree and Russell Okung with the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC West. The Chiefs edged out the Chargers for the AFC West title last year and advanced to the conference championship as the top overall seed where they fell to the eventual Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.