The Cleveland Browns waived Centerville High School grade Ifeadi Odenigbo over the weekend.
Odenigbo, a defensive lineman, was signed by the Browns after the Vikings waived him during the NFL’s final cutdown weekend.
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A 2012 Centerville grad, Odenigbo played collegiately at Northwestern, where he finished his career second on the Wildcats’ all-time sacks list. He led the Big Ten in sacks as as senior.
He was a seventh-round NFL draft pick in 2017 and spent last season on the Vikings’ practice squad. Odenigbo made 11 tackles, including two sacks, during the preseason.
Linebacker D’Juan Hines replaced Odenigbo on the Browns’ roster.
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