Browns agree to trade WR Corey Coleman to Bills

Browns agree to trade WR Corey Coleman to Bills

The team has reportedly agreed to trade wide receiver Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. He has 56 catches for 718 yards and five touchdowns in his two-year career.

To this point in his career, the 15th overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft has failed to live up to his draft hype. "I feel like it's important". Antonio Callaway is now the starting wide receiver opposite Jarvis Landry in two-wide sets, and Rashard Higgins worked exclusively with the first unit as the No. 3 wide receiver.

The Bills could've waited and hoped Coleman got cut, but there are no guarantees with that, Beane felt there's no better time than present, "I just thought now was the right opportunity to get him in here to start learning this offense as opposed to waiting any longer". That season he rolled up 74 receptions for 1,363 yards and an eye-popping 20 touchdowns.

Coleman only fetched Cleveland a seventh-round pick at the 2020 draft.

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During the offseason workouts, offensive coordinator Todd Haley let it be known that it was "a make-or-break year" for Coleman.

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport notes the move frees up the guaranteed portion of Coleman's 2018 and '19 salaries from escrow. The Browns acquired that pick when the Eagles traded up to draft quarterback Carson Wentz.

In his first 29 National Football League games, Wentz completed 644 of his 1,047 attempts (61.5 percent) for 7,078 yards and 49 touchdowns against 21 interceptions.

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