The Cleveland Browns are apparently fine-tuning what had been a young, but talented defensive line.
On the heels of acquiring Olivier Vernon in a trade with the Giants and signing Sheldon Richardson in free agency, Cleveland is shopping former second-round pick Emmanuel Ogbah.
Browns are now shopping former defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah after acquiring Olivier Vernon, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2019
Selected No. 32 overall back in 2016, Ogbah has started all 40 games in which he’s appeared in Cleveland. The 25-year-old pass rusher has recorded 29 quarterback hits and 12.5 sacks during this span.
Still not even in his prime, Ogbah will likely draw a nice amount of interest in the trade market. Young pass rushers are at a premium in today’s NFL.