Cleveland Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman was amazing during his time with the Baylor Bears, which led to him being drafted in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft in April. It looks like he is already off to a good start for the Browns.
In today’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, Josh McCownthrew a 31-yard bomb to Coleman, who had burnt the defense to get underneath the football. He made the sliding catch for his first career touchdown early in the first quarter.
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In the season opener,Coleman caught two passes for 69 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles. This touchdown puts him over 100 yards on his career already.
During his career with the Bears, Coleman recorded over 3,000 yards and 33 touchdowns on 173 receptions in three years. It is safe to say that he is going to be a big impact player for the Browns for years to come.
Now only if the team can find a great quarterback.