The Browns signed outside linebacker Emmanuel Ogbah to his rookie contract, the team announced Thursday.



The second-round draft pick (No. 32 overall) from Oklahoma State received a four-year deal, which is worth $6.6 million and includes a $3 million signing bonus, according to OverTheCap.com.



"Officially a member of the Cleveland Browns!!! All glory to God! #BlessedAndGrateful," Ogbah tweeted.



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The Browns have signed seven of their 14 draft picks, including wide receivers Corey Coleman (first round), Jordan Payton (fifth round) and Rashard Higgins (fifth round), offensive lineman Spencer Drango (fifth round), cornerback Trey Caldwell (fifth round) and linebacker Scooby Wright III (seventh round).