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Anthony Kirby, 18 drives a teleloader under the direction of Marlington High School gas and oil instructor Bob Givens (right) standing next to Alex Hatfield, 18, students in the gas and oil program at Marlington High School on Monday in Alliance, Ohio. Students learn to operate equipment similar to the type used in the gas and oil industry. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)
Mark Matusick (right), Cheasapeake Energy corporate development representative, talks with a group of seniors taking a two year gas and oil training program at Marlington High School on Monday in Alliance, Ohio. He explained the multitude of job opportunities related to the gas and oil industry. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)
Marc Mathes (left) talks with his son T. J. , who is in a two year gas and oil training program offered in part by Chesapeake Energy at Marlington High School on Monday in Alliance, Ohio. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)
BEREA: The Browns selected a record-tying 14 players and executed five trades in this year’s NFL Draft as the new regime continued to overhaul the roster and stockpile future picks.
“A change is coming,” new Browns edge rusher and Oklahoma State product Emmanuel Ogbah said Saturday while he and four other rookies were introduced to the media during the third and final day of the draft. “I feel like we are ready to make that change.”