Chiefs trade for DE Emmanuel Ogbah

FILE - In this Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, file photo, Cleveland Browns defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah celebrates after an incomplete pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, in Cleveland. Ogbah could miss a few games with an injured left ankle. Ogbah got hurt on the final play of the first quarter in Sunday’s 21-21 tie against the Steelers. The third-year pro returned to the game but was not as effective.(AP Photo/David Richard, File)

(WIBW) - After releasing Justin Houston and trading Dee Ford, the Chiefs are attempting to help address their pass rush needs through another trade.

The team announced the acquisition of defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah on Monday. Kansas City made the trade with the Cleveland Browns, giving up safety Eric Murray in exchange.

Ogbah spent three seasons in Cleveland. Over 40 career games, he has 12.5 career sacks, 29 quarterback hits and 16 tackles for loss.

The Browns selected the now 25-year-old with the first pick of the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft. This upcoming season is the last year of Ogbah's current contract, as he carries a salary cap hit of $2,103,068. He will be an unrestricted free agent in 2020.

Murray played for the Chiefs for three seasons. He saw his most action in 2018, starting nine games. For his career, the safety has one interception, seven passes defended and 88 total tackles.