Three years later after two lackluster seasons with the Cleveland Browns, Coleman was traded to the Buffalo Bills for an undisclosed draft pick, the team announced. Once a former first-round pick of the Browns in 2016, Coleman sounds motivated to prove his now former team wrong.
Gordon will make $790,000 this year, the minimum salary for a player with two accrued seasons, after signing his exclusive-rights contract with the team this offseason.
Beane said Coleman still must pass a physical Monday before the trade is finalized.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Coleman didn't fit in with Cleveland's locker room, which is why the Browns shipped him out for a cheap price tag.
"I'm sure he's not happy about the play you're referring to".
"We all go through things in life that don't go our way all the time". Add it all up, and none of Cleveland's last nine first-round picks have made it to their fifth-year option season.
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Blue-collar jobs have grown sharply, with manufacturing adding 327,000 positions in the past year and construction adding 308,000. The U.S. central bank said "the labor market has continued to strengthen and economic activity has been rising at a strong rate".
Now Coleman will need to take that step with the Bills, where he will need to get acclimated to Buffalo's offense in short order.
Coleman also had off-field issues.
The Bills lack proven depth at receiver behind starter Kelvin Benjamin.
For his career, Coleman has 56 receptions for just over 700 yards and five touchdowns.
"There's nothing guaranteed here", Beane said.
The Bills are in the midst of overhauling their offence under new co-ordinator Brian Daboll and a new starting quarterback after Buffalo traded Tyrod Taylor to Cleveland in March.