Coleman has been hurt a lot with two broken hands.
Compensation update: Cleveland traded former first-round pick, WR Corey Coleman, to the Buffalo Bills for a seventh-round pick in 2020, per league source.
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So far, we haven't heard from the newest Buffalo Bill. Yet, here we are wondering why the Browns traded the 24-year-old for virtually nothing.
If Josh Gordon isn't ready for a full season, then this trade will look even worse. At least for now, the Browns are banking on both of them to build upon their strong showings early in camp and are gambling on Callaway, a rookie who didn't play at all last fall, being ready for what's. The team hasn't explained why yet, and placed Gordon on the "did not report" list in July.
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the sides have had discussions and the Browns remain interested, but things are in a "holding pattern" on Bryant's end as to whether or not he will visit the team or consider signing. He later tried to walk that back by saying he was "not a professional wordsmith", but his personnel moves of late seem to suggest that he still believes it. Dorsey has now traded six players since he took over: Coleman, quarterbacks DeShone Kizer, Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan, defensive tackle Danny Shelton and cornerback Jason McCourty.