Bills' Beane thinks Coleman is a low risk proposition

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Three years later after two lackluster seasons with the Cleveland Browns, Coleman was traded to the Buffalo Bills for an undisclosed draft pick, the team announced.

Coleman vaulted to the top of the 2016 National Football League draft due to an ultra-productive college career at Baylor that saw him win the Biletnikoff award his senior season. 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.

He played just 19 games because of injuries and eventually symbolized the overall dysfunction of Cleveland's previous regime. Perhaps the Coleman trade is an indication the team might pull the trigger on Bryant.

Coleman's tenure with the Browns will be best remembered for his drop late in the fourth quarter in last season's finale at Pittsburgh that sealed the Browns' 0-16 finish. It'd be totally fine if the Browns truly felt that Corey Coleman wasn't going to develop into the star wideout.

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But within days, Trump himself backed away from the deal, saying talks would "probably have to use a different structure". The comment period was set to take place later this month, but will now be extended into September, officials said.

This trade is the second one the Bills have made over the a year ago that involved a first-round wide receiver.

He was named in a police report regarding an alleged felonious assault past year. Buffalo enters the season with Kelvin Benjamin as their No. 1 option, and a lot of uncertainty. He caught 23 passes and went for 305 yards and two touchdowns. "He's just coming in here to compete and earn".

You can also add defensive tackle Phil Taylor, the Browns' first-round pick in 2011, to that list.

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