Cleveland Browns trade WR Corey Coleman to Buffalo Bills

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After the Cleveland Browns shipped off wide receiver Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills for a seventh-round pick in 2020, it officially signaled the end for every first-round pick this team has made between 2012 and 2016. He's expected to make his practice debut Tuesday, though it's uncertain whether he'll play in Buffalo's preseason opener against Carolina on Thursday. "I'm sure he wished he had played all 16 games both seasons", Beane said.

"We all go through life that don't go our way all the time", Beane said. You can turn on his clips. "So I think fresh start is probably the best way I would put it".

He was named in a police report regarding an alleged felonious assault a year ago.

The most infamous moment in Coleman's short National Football League career thus far was a dropped pass late in the fourth quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers on a 4th and 2 that sealed the Browns' fate for a historic 0-16 season.

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We're starting wide receiver week on CBS Sports, and the Browns and Bills made a decision to help us out with something of note to talk about. They also have used Jeremy Kerley as a slot receiver.

The trade is a low-risk, high reward move for Buffalo.

"There's nothing guaranteed here", Beane said. The Cleveland Browns had three first round picks last year-Myles Garrett, Jabrill Peppers, and David Njoku-who are now the most experienced first round picks on the roster.

In football lore, he'll be remembered as the guy the Browns ended up with after hand delivering Carson Wentz to the Philadelphia Eagles with the second pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.

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