Trevon Coley Color Rush Jersey , but is the compensation enough?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesDawgs EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options forhould the Browns still try to trade Emmanuel Ogbah?TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailIn the fallout of Browns GM John Dorsey acquiring the services of pass-rushing guru Olivier Vernon from the Giants, incumbent DE Emmauuel Ogbah has reportedly been on the trading block, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported two weeks ago: Since then, there have may light rumors, but no real known movement on Ogbah being moved. He may become the odd man out on the Browns’ defensive front, especially since Cleveland signed DT Sheldon Richardson on the first day of free agency. The lineup now would be Myles Garrett and Vernon on the corners, with Larry Ogunjobi and Richardson on the inside. Currently, the backups are Trevon Coley, Brian Price, Lawrence Devaroe, Carl Davis and Daniel Ekuale at the DT position, with Chris Smith, Chad Thomas, Lenny Jones, Anthony Zettel and Ogbah at defensive end.Smith was signed to a three-year contract last year worth $14 million as a four-year veteran. He played in all 16 games with the Browns last year with 21 tackles. Thomas was taken in the third-round of the 2018 draft and appeared in only four games mainly on special teams. Jones did not play last season after being placed on IR in August. Zettel was a waiver claim early in 2018 and appeared in 15 games with 14 tackles. Ogbah was taken with the very first pick in the second-round by the Browns in 2016 after a stellar career at Oklahoma State in which he had 133 total tackles, 26 ˝ sacks plus five forced fumbles; and was named Big-12 Defensive Lineman-of-the-Year. Essentially, he was a late first-rounder but paid as second-round talent. As a rookie with Cleveland, he had 53 tackles, 5 ˝ sacks with three passes defended. In the two seasons since then he has had only 69 tackles, seven sacks, two forced fumbles and 14 PDs.With the emergence of Smith and Thomas as depth , Ogbah may be the one which holds the most trade value for the Browns. Plus, apparently after three seasons he has not reached the plateau that the franchise thought he should be at by now. The club lost their first-round pick and their second third-round selection (obtained from Patriots) in the Odell Beckham, Jr. trade and perhaps Dorsey is trying to get a draft pick (or two) back. Teams that reportedly inquired about Ogbah included the Panthers, Chiefs and Cowboys. The cap number Ogbah has is just over $2 million. This year’s draft is a pass-rusher friendly class which could devalue Ogbah, but what may help is the fact that all three clubs who had expressed interest are selecting at the bottom of each round and the exceptionally-talented rookie pass rushers will be already gone. Could it be a situation where the Ogbah story plays out during the 2019 NFL Draft?The Browns defensive front is going to be very scary in 2019 regardless, but if Dorsey decides to keep Ogbah as depth talent, this unit will always be refreshed and ready. What do you think Cleveland should do? DENVER (AP) — Whether it was "The Fumble" or "The Drive" in the playoffs in the 1980s or the 11 consecutive times Denver had dumped Cleveland, the Broncos always served as the Browns' biggest bugaboo.With John Elway watching from his suite at Mile High Stadium, Baker Mayfield capitalized on Denver's depleted cornerback corps and dubious coaching decisions in leading the Browns past the Broncos 17-16 on Saturday night.Mayfield's 2-yard TD toss to Antonio Callaway with just under 12 minutes left provided the winning margin for the Browns (6-7-1), who kept alive their slim hopes of ending the NFL's longest playoff drought. The Browns still have a shot at their first winning season since 2007 and even their first playoff berth since 2002 thanks to their first win over Denver (6- since 1990."I think the tough environment, winning on the road's the most important thing," Mayfield said. "If we don't take care of business tonight — and obviously we have to move on and take care of business next week — none of that matters."So, being able to win on the road is something we've got to take pride in."Combined with their win at Cincinnati last month, the Browns have multiple road victories for the first time since 2014.Callaway's touchdown made it 17-13 and came with safety Justin Simmons in coverage because the Broncos were down five cornerbacks.The Broncos responded with a 13-play drive that ate up more than seven minutes, but after Phillip Lindsay was stuffed for no gain on third-and-1 from the Cleveland 6, Broncos coach Vance Joseph sent in kicker Brandon McManus for a field goal instead of going for it on fourth down.Jabrill Peppers, for one, was surprised the Broncos didn't try for the first down or the end zone."Absolutely. Absolutely. But, hey, it worked out in our favor," Peppers said. "We'd been stopping them all day and they didn't want to come away with nothing."Exactly."I wanted points there Greg Joseph Jersey ," Joseph explained. "We had about 45 left. We had one timeout and the 2-minute warning. I trust our defense to get a stop there."It didn't happen, at least not right away. Nick Chubb reeled off a 40-yard run on the first play."We can't let that happen," Von Miller said.But the Broncos came up with a big stop on fourth-and-1 from the Denver 10 when Cleveland interim coach Gregg Williams went for it — and Chubb was dropped for a 2-yard loss by Adam Gotsis."We came up here to win a ballgame," Williams said. "I don't think anybody's worried about me not being aggressive and we came up here to win it. Offensively we were going to win it right there. If not, defensively we're going to come back and do it. Pretty similar going all-out blitz the last several plays. That's the aggressive nature of the team."The Broncos got the ball back at their 13 with 1:49 remaining and reached the 50-yard line with 52 seconds left. But a spike, two incompletions and a sack by defensive back Peppers of Case Keenum all but ended Denver's playoff hopes.Keenum said he wanted the Broncos to go for it on fourth down at the Cleveland 6 but added that ultimately, Joseph's decision worked out, despite the loss."I can't complain," Keenum said, "because I've got the ball back in my hands with a chance to win the game. So, that's all I can ask for."The Broncos began the night with cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. and Isaac Yiadom sidelined and they lost Brendan Langley to a concussion in the first half and newly signed Jamar Taylor to an ejection in the second half on the same play Bradley Roby went out with a laceration in his mouth. Roby later returned.With safety Dymonte Thomas, who had his first career interception in the first half, subbing at cornerback, Miller broke Simon Fletcher's franchise record of 103˝ sacks, including playoffs.Denver's depleted defense, however, was forced right back out onto the field when Keenum's first-down heave was easily picked off by T.J. Carrie at the Broncos 48, after just eight seconds had ticked off the game clock."I didn't see the corner," Keenum acknowledged. "And it's not an excuse. But it's ultimately what lost us the football game because they went out and scored right after that."Six plays later, Mayfield put the Browns ahead for good.INJURIESLangley went out in the first half and Roby in the second. Combined with Taylor's ejection — he was signed after Harris fractured his right fibula two weeks ago — and the Broncos were left scrambling in their secondary.UP NEXTBrowns: Host Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 23.Broncos: Visit Oakland Raiders on Christmas Eve.