Defensive end Efe Obada played in Europe for the London Warriors of the British American Football League.
Defensive end Efe Obada played in Europe for the London Warriors of the British American Football League. Brad Loper Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Defensive end Efe Obada played in Europe for the London Warriors of the British American Football League. Brad Loper Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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Chiefs sign defensive lineman Efe Obada, a raw prospect and Nigerian native

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