Coleman is heading to the AFC East.
The 2018-2019 NFL season is approaching, and that means half of the nation is fighting their fantasy football anxiety. I'm already studying draft strategies, and NFL fans everywhere are doing the same. NFL teams are also scrambling to adjust their rosters in anticipation for the start of the season. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the Clevland Browns will be shipping Corey Coleman over to the Buffalo Bills for a draft pick.
24-year-old Coleman was the number 15 overall pick in the 2016 draft. He was selected by the Browns after they sent their number 2 overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles. Philly got the better part of that trade, as they used their newly acquired pick to draft quarterback Carson Wentz. According to ESPN, Coleman played in nine games in the 2017-2018 season for Browns, after missing seven games with a hand injury. He caught 23 passes and went for 305 yards and two touchdowns. The Bills currently have Coleman, Kelvin Benjamin, Andre Holmes, and Zay Jones as their starting wide receivers, but they will need to find a balance between their front-runners. The AFC East has been dominated by the New England Patriots for years, and the Bills are hoping to emerge as the new east coast power despite the New York Jets picking up two new quarterbacks.