That trend continued over the weekend with news that the Browns have traded Corey Coleman, the No. 15 pick in the 2016 draft, to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020 (the National Football League equivalent to a handful of magic beans).
For his career, Coleman has 56 receptions for just over 700 yards and five touchdowns.
The former first-round pick of the Browns was acquired by the Bills for an undisclosed future draft pick. Both Callaway and third-year wideout Rashard Higgins have looked quite impressive during training camp so far, which could have been one of the many reasons that the Browns made a decision to deal Coleman. "I feel like it's important". The Browns selected the Baylor product with the No. 15 pick in the 2016 draft.
The Bills have added a wide receiver.
In 2016, Corey Coleman was at the peak of his football career.
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"It's imperative for me to get the ball in play, and if I'm there, go ahead and attack". "So it was pretty cool to get it done". He went 1 over the rest of the way for a 68, leaving him five shots behind.
"You know it hadn't worked out in Cleveland, probably the way he thought when he was drafted or the way they thought when they drafted him in the first round, so it's a fresh start for him to come in here and compete", Beane said.
During the offseason workouts, offensive coordinator Todd Haley let it be known that it was "a make-or-break year" for Coleman.
By trading the No. 2 pick to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Browns passed on the chance to select Carson Wentz, a 6-foot-6, 235-pound quarterback whom chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta felt that despite being a two-year starter for National Championship teams at North Dakota State, did not have the potential to be a top-20 NFL quarterback.