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One of the many Clevland Browns Aquired in the off season for the Broncos in trade for a few draft pics.

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Dallas Cowboys Official Website (1901 words)
Ekuban dislocated his right great toe early in the game against San Francisco (9/24), causing him to miss the remainder of the 49ers game, as well as the next four games.
Ekuban recorded one of Dallas' biggest plays against the Bengals when he sacked Akili Smith, forced a fumble on the play and recovered the fumble.
Ekuban is a native of Ghana, Africa, and he did not participate in football until his junior year of high school in Maryland.
Cowboys Extra: A distant journey to a forgotten past (760 words)
Ekuban said he was finally able to experience firsthand what his ancestors were subjected to, rather than simply reading about it in school.
Ekuban lived in Accra for seven years until his father moved him and his six sisters to Maryland in 1983.
Ebenezer Sr., a former member of Ghana's army, had sensed instability in the country and gotten a job with the Senegalese embassy in the United States in 1981.
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