Corey Coleman is no longer in a Patriots organization.
New England announced Saturday it expelled a 24-year-old far-reaching receiver from a use squad. The Patriots were Coleman’s third group given a preseason began in August.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 29, 2018
Coleman spent a initial dual seasons of his career with a Browns after they comparison him out of Baylor with a 15th overall collect in a 2016 draft. But he was traded to a Bills in mid-August in sell for a late-round breeze pick.
Coleman’s reign in Buffalo didn’t final prolonged as he was waived by a group before ever appearing in a regular-season game.
The far-reaching receiver afterwards sealed with a Patriots though was expelled when they acquired Josh Gordon progressing this month. He sealed with New England’s use patrol 3 days later.
In total, Coleman has held 56 passes for 718 yards and 5 touchdowns in 19 career games.