Defensive than Emmanuel Ogbah did not report to the Cleveland Browns offseason program today in anticipation of being traded in the near future. One source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Browns also dropped the recipient Ricardo Louis, who missed the last season with a neck injury, and will waive security Derrick Kindred, a source told ESPN. When Ogbah is traded, only three players will remain from the 14 taken in the 2016 draft.
Sportsbook operator CG Technology released projected wind totals for all 32 NFL teams Sunday. Cleveland's victory totaled nine in three matches from last season's closed six – while the Patriots are highest at 11.
Teams with new coaches were allowed to start phase 1 of their offseason programs on Monday. Presence for this phase of the program is voluntary, although most players participate.
Ogbah, 25, was designed in the second round (32th overall) of the 2016 draft and has 12.5 bags in three seasons with the team. He started all 40 games he played in for Brown's
In 14 games last season, he ended up with three bags and 40 tackles.
Gone are recipients Louis and Corey Coleman (Round 1), defensive end Carl Nassib, quarterback Cody Kessler, receives Jordan Payton, offensive liner Spencer Drango, cornerback Trey Caldwell and linebacker Scooby Wright.
Remanient is tight end Seth DeValve, linebacker Joe Schobert receives Rashard Higgins, a limited free agent.
ESPN's Pat McManamon contributed to this report.