Former Cleveland Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman will soon put on his fourth uniform since August.
After having been traded to Buffalo back in early August, Coleman was promptly waived by the Bills. He latched on with the New England Patriots, who also moved on from Coleman after acquiring former teammate Josh Gordon from the Browns.
It now looks like Coleman will become a member of the New York Giants’ practice squad after working out with the team earlier this week.
The Giants signed WR Corey Coleman to the practice squad, per source. He had a workout yesterday.
— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) October 18, 2018
It’s a pretty drastic fall from grace for a player Cleveland selected No. 15 overall back in 2016. He lasted two seasons with the team, recording a combined 56 receptions for 718 yards while putting up a putrid 43 percent catch rate.
Maybe the Giants see something in Coleman that no other team in the NFL has seen. He’s been a free agent since the Patriots moved on from him back on September 17.