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In a rare player-for-player trade De’Anthony Thomas Jersey , the Chiefs solidify their defensive line.c Murray to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah, per the Chiefs’ official Twitter account.Ogbah himself was excited to get out of Cleveland, per his own official Twitter account:Ogbah, 25, is a 6-foot-4, 275-pound defensive end who first entered the league as a second-round pick (32nd overall) made by the Cleveland Browns in the 2016 NFL Draft.He is a product of Oklahoma State. The Chiefs clear more than $800,000 in 2019 cap space with the move, according to Spotrac.In his three-year career, Ogbah has played and started in 40 games, compiling 122 tackles (70 solo) Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Jersey , including 16 tackles for loss and 29 quarterback hits, 12.5 sacks, 17 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Murray, 25, a 5-foot-11, 199-pound safety, joined the Chiefs as a fourth-round pick (106th overall) in the 2016 NFL draft.He played in 45 games for the Chiefs, starting 11 of them.He was credited with 88 tackles (72 solo), an interception Ron Parker Jersey , a fumble recovery, a sack and seven passes defensed during his three years with the team.He played his college ball at Minnesota.The Browns — one of eight NFL teams that started their offseason workouts on Monday — were without Ogbah during their first session because he was expecting to be traded.As it turned out, he was right.Even with the release of Eric Berry, Murray was not a certainty to start for the Chiefs at safety in 2019. Current Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey originally drafted Murray when he was with the Chiefs, so he traded for a player he originally liked and sent the Chiefs a player with good upside. Ogbah is a former high draft pick, which is becoming a trend for Chiefs general manager Brett Veach.How Ogbah fits into the Chiefs’ 4-3 Under/Hybrid rotation raises questions for the futures of Allen Bailey — currently an unrestricted free agent whom the Chiefs were reportedly considering bringing back — and Tanoh Kpassagnon, who was also drafted by Dorsey and has never seemed to fit into the Chiefs’ lineup. Twitter reactions Welcome to another edition of the Beer of the Week!As always, the Beer of the Week is originally presented on the Arrowhead Pride Tailgate on 610 Sports Radio as part of my Defense and Beer of the Week segment.Throughout the year, I’ve tried to pick beers in the region of the Kansas City Chiefs’ opponent for that particular week. Last week we stayed put and picked from the offerings in the Kansas City area, and we’re not deviating from the plan this week.The Chiefs are knocking on the door of their first AFC Championship victory Allen Bailey Jersey , and they’re looking to do it against perennial AFC favorites in the Patriots. How sweet would it be to bring home a victory for Kansas City? As sweet as this week’s offering. This week’s Beer of the Week is Torn Label Brewing Co. Monk and Honey!A 6% ABV Belgian Table Beer, Milk and Honey is a great beer to scratch the “Belgian” itch without having to commit to giant Tripel or Quadrupel. The local honey used to make this “sessionable trappist” helps complement the earthy, spicy flavors of the Belgian yeast. A hint of floral hops — only 22 IBUs — help balance out the sweetness and make for a supremely drinkable beer.Torn Label just celebrated their fourth anniversary last Saturday during the Chiefs victory over the Colts in the divisional round of the playoffs, but the inclement weather forced an early closure. However, that means that the brewery has many of their rare offerings still on tap and flowing from this weekend’s festivities. If you’re in the Kansas City area, now’s the time to get out to Torn Label.If you can, make sure to swing by your local liquor store and scoop up some Torn Label Brewing Co. Monk and Honey this weekend!Check back here this time next week for the new Beer of the Week!
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