If the Bills took the time to trade for Corey Coleman, they must see something in him. He is a former first-round draft pick who is entering his third season. Many receivers finally figure it out in their third year and Coleman could be one of those guys. He will probably be the starter opposite Kelvin Benjamin and that means potential targets and receptions. Coleman escaped Cleveland which is always a positive.
Coleman only played 19-of-36 games for Cleveland and his production was poor—56 receptions in two seasons isn't much for a featured receiver. He might be better off in Buffalo but the QB situation for the Bills is far from settled.
2018 Bottom Line
A change of scenery might help Coleman but he is probably someone to monitor on the waiver wire. Even as a Bill, he isn't getting drafted. We have him ranked as our No. 107 receiver. Stay away.