Corey Coleman traded to the Buffalo Bills
Updated: Aug 7, 2018
Corey Coleman has been traded from the Cleveland Browns to the Buffalo Bills for a 2020 7th round pick.
What this means for the Browns: A lot of speculation has surrounded Josh Gordon this pre-season about his whereabouts and why he is not at camp. The presence of Hard Knocks filming is believed to be a major contributing factor and he should be reporting to camp soon. This trade all but confirms that he will be there. The team also remains in talks with Dez Bryant and clearly felt comfortable enough to move on from Coleman for close to nothing. Definitely a surprising move to cut ties with the former first rounder who surely would have made the team.
What this means for the Bills: A no-brainer decision to give up a 7th round pick in 2020 for Corey Coleman, who is an immediate upgrade to their receiving corps. He will compete for targets with Kelvin Benjamin and should be an immediate fixture in this lackluster offense.