Browns WR Corey Coleman looks to improve in final preseason game
Browns rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman received a crash course on Murphy’s law last week during his NFL preseason debut.
He caught a screen pass for a 9-yard gain from quarterback Robert Griffin III late in the first quarter, but the play was negated by receiver Terrelle Pryor’s pass interference penalty.
He was targeted twice in the second quarter but lost his footing and fell both times before the ball arrived. He even lost a shoe the first time.
He squabbled with Pryor during the game.
The story said HC Hue Jackson said Coleman was pressing. Coleman and the rest of the starters will get a chance to redeem themselves in the final preseason game as the starters are expected to play. It's not clear how long the starters will be in the game. Coleman has missed five practices and sat out two preseason games thus far, the story said.
Filed Under: 2016, Preseason
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