Corey Coleman, the latest Browns first-round pick who didn't have much of a career in Cleveland. It'd be totally fine if the Browns truly felt that Corey Coleman wasn't going to develop into the star wideout. He was selected after the Browns sent the No. 2 overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles as part of a trade; the Eagles used the pick to draft quarterback Carson Wentz.
Beane said he's aware of Coleman's struggles during his two seasons in Cleveland and hopes the former first-round draft pick takes advantage of a fresh start in Buffalo.
24-year-old Coleman was the number 15 overall pick in the 2016 draft.
The Bills have added a wide receiver. "He's got to come in here and compete". 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". 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).
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Buffalo entered training camp with Kelvin Benjamin as its top receiver and questions down the rest of its depth chart.
Coleman's time ran out in Cleveland under new general manager John Dorsey. They also picked up some cold, hard cash.
As a rookie, Coleman started all 10 games in which he played, catching 33 passes for 413 yards and three touchdowns.