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Browns deal WR Coleman to Buffalo

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey knew he had to make some changes in the off-season. Besides signing players, he has even wheeled and sealed to make improvements.

Dorsey is looking to erase last year’s winless season from the agenda. Anything is better than last year’s record.

NFL wide receiver Corey Coleman scores against the Packers

Corey Coleman scoring a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers (Getty Images)

He made another trade on Sunday night with the Buffalo Bills. He traded wide receiver Corey Coleman to the Bills.

The former first-round draft pick was traded to the Bills for an undisclosed draft pick, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The undisclosed draft pick is likely tied to playing time by Coleman.

He will be joining the Bills, as camps begin around the country. This will be his third NFL season.

With the Browns, he made 19 appearances and made 18 starts. During his two-year career in Cleveland, he had 56 receptions for 718 yards and five touchdowns.

Coleman joins the Bills depth chart that already features Kelvin Benjamin, Zay Jones, and Jeremy Kerley, among others.

Running back LeSean McCoy led the team in receptions with 59, as he had 448 yards and two touchdowns. Tight End Charles Clay led the team in receiving yards, as he had 558 yards on 49 receptions and two touchdowns.

The team as a whole had 289 receptions for 3,086 yards and 16 touchdowns.

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