In a summer filled with plenty of speculation that he could be dealt at some point this offseason, wide receiver Corey Coleman, who was hoping to have a solid season this year now that he's fully healthy, has been traded to the Buffalo Bills for a late-round pick.
Sunday afternoon, Corey Coleman posted some video on his Instagram account of the "Hard Knocks" crew setting up in Coleman's downtown Cleveland apartment. In 19 games, Coleman had 56 receptions for 718 yards and five touchdown catches. During his first two injury-plagued years in the National Football League, the 5-foot-11, 185-pound wideout has totaled just 56 receptions (131 targets) for 718 yards and five touchdowns in 19 games (18 starts). So basically, in a story that has become commonplace in Cleveland, they got nothing out of the top of the draft. "So it's a fresh start for him to come in here and compete". You can turn on his clips.
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Buffalo was desperate for more talent and depth in their wide receiver group. "I'm sure he wished he had played all 16 games both seasons", Beane said. "Its low risk and we'll see what happens". "He's just coming in here to compete and earn". Beane said, "Ideally guys in the first round don't take so long and there's various reasons whether it's injuries or whether it's the system, whether it's just not a good fit for where you're at, there's a lot reasons".