The Browns traded the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 National Football League draft for a flurry of picks and used their first selection at 15th overall on Coleman. The Browns selected the Baylor product with the No. 15 pick in the 2016 draft. Coleman tallied just 56 receptions for 718 yards and five touchdowns in 19 games over two seasons with the Browns.
As for the Browns, they now have traded or released every first-round pick they drafted between 2009 and 2016. "So I think fresh start is probably the best way I would put it". You can turn on his clips. I'm sure he wishes he'd played all 16 games both seasons.
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The Bills were in need of help at receiver despite the return of 2017 second-round pick Zay Jones from the non-football injury list Sunday after offseason knee surgery. They also have used Jeremy Kerley as a slot receiver. Beane said, "Ideally guys in the first round don't take so long and there's various reasons whether it's injuries or whether it's the system, whether it's just not a good fit for where you're at, there's a lot reasons. This is low risk, and we'll see what happens".
For Coleman, it seemed as though he finally had a legitimate quarterback that could toss him the ball for the first time in his career, whether it was either Tyrod Taylor or Baker Mayfield.
By trading the No. 2 pick to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Browns passed on the chance to select Carson Wentz, a 6-foot-6, 235-pound quarterback whom chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta felt that despite being a two-year starter for National Championship teams at North Dakota State, did not have the potential to be a top-20 NFL quarterback.