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Cleveland Browns are trading wide receiver Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for a 2020 seventh round draft pick.
Coleman in his first two seasons has been plagued by injuries. In his first season he missed six games after breaking his right hand. In his second season he missed seven games for injuring the same hand. He was recently sidelined during training camp after straining his hamstring.
Browns will look to fill the void with third year receiver Rashard Higgins and rookie Antonio Callaway. Both were slotted behind Coleman on the Browns unofficial depth chart that was released earlier today. Although there’s optimism, there’s still no official word on when Josh Gordon will return to the team.
Coleman was drafted first round 15th overall by the Browns in 2016. He recorded 56 receptions for 718 yards and five touchdowns in his career.