With the Buffalo Bills acquiring what looks to be their number two option in Corey Coleman, the passing game may show a little bit more promise than it did this entire offseason. The Bills acquired Coleman from the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night in exchange for a 2020 seventh-round draft pick.
Coleman has a history of injuries in his two seasons in the league but when he is available on the field, he serves as a speedy receiver who has the ability to stretch the field and breakaway from defenders. If he was still with the Browns, he may not see the field as much this year with the overland of receivers on the Browns. With the Bills, expect to see him on the field for most of the game.
“I am excited to be here,” he said. “I can’t even explain how much I love this coaching staff and our GM.”
Coleman seems to be excited for this season with the Bills. He arrived to training camp and took the field on Tuesday for the first time as a member of the organization. Coleman then praised the coaching staff once more as well as general manager Brandon Beane.
“I don’t want to let them down,” he said. “I know they are doing everything possible to help me succeed.”
The acquisition of Coleman is not an unbelievable move, but it definitely boosts up a weak receiving core and Coleman should be used as part of a plan that the coaching staff may be putting together.