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Cowboys Show Interest in Browns DE Emmanuel Ogbah

Though has been the of attention for those who follow, , and analyze the NFL, the market has been very active over the last week as well. From to to , player movement has been at a frenzied pace. With the acquisition of the aforementioned Vernon from the , they’ve made former pick Emmanuel Ogbah available on the trade market.

Per a report from of 105.3 The Fan, The are looking into adding Ogbah to their .

According to Jon Machota if the , the Cowboys had Ogbah in their sites in 2016, but Cleveland took him just a few picks before the Cowboys selected with their second round pick that year.

Ogbah, hasn’t really been as productive as hoped for the Browns. His career high in , which he set his rookie season was 5.5. In 2017, he only had four sacks and then bottomed out last season with three sacks.

The Dallas Cowboys certainly could use another with ’s future up in the air. His indefinite could be lifted prior to the season or it could impact his availability for the . Nobody knows how this is going to play out.

With failing to take the next step to turn into a reliable defensive end option, not really flashing much during the regular season, the only players that can be counted on at defensive end are and Tyron Crawford.

Emmanuel Ogbah might not have lived up to his top 33 selection from the 2016 draft class, but he has some tools that the Dallas Cowboys could use at defensive end. He certainly fits ’s profile. At 6-4, 275, he has size, length, and athleticism to be a disruptive player for the Dallas Cowboys. Coming out of Oklahoma State, his measurables compared favorably to , Bradley Chubb, , and Chandler Jones.

Emmanuel Ogbah may never be any of those players, but if you get him with Rod Marinelli, DeMarcus Lawrence, and , he could become a very useable piece along the defensive line for the Dallas Cowboys. You can never have to many rushers and if the Cleveland Browns are making him available, the Dallas Cowboys need to make a call.

The “Hot Boyz” could use an infusion of new blood within their ranks and Ogbah fits the bill perfectly. Send Cleveland a fourth or fifth round pick and let’s put him to work on the right side of the defensive line.

John Williams
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Saul Molina

I’m down with that would prferp a fifth but our later fourth is cool

James A. Howerton

Signing this guy would be great but first we have to sign DLaw. We have NO pass rush without him. SIGN HIM!!!

David L. Dillard

I perfer Ansah, to come in on passing downs only. However, for a 5th or 6th rounder, I say go for it. I love Rod Marinelli, and he can work wonders with guys. Making nobodies, somebodies.

Sexcdex Xfact

I’m on board with this idea as well
We’re in need & you can’t guarantee his type of production with potential from a 4th rounder anyway
So yes
A 5th or 6th rd pick would be great
Plus there’s no word of an injury concerns

Go get him

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