Wide receiver Corey Coleman is going to be getting a fresh start. According to ESPN, the Bills have acquired Coleman from the Browns for a draft pick. Cleveland selected the wideout out of Baylor with the 15th-overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
It was one of the picks the Browns received when the Eagles traded up for quarterback Carson Wentz.
The Bills are giving another weapon for their inexperienced QB room that includes first-rounder Josh Allen, second-year pro Nathan Peterman, and AJ McCarron.
Coleman had 24 catches for 305 yards and two TDs last season. He has only played 19 games in his two combined years.