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Posted: 8/17/2018 11:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman, who had just one grab for seven yards on his only target, isn't considered a lock to make the Buffalo roster. For now, he is only worth a speculative late-round pick in deeper fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/12/2018 3:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman joined the team about a week ago and appears to have a legitimate chance to win the No. 2 receiver job. He likely will receive a lot of snaps during practice and the preseason so he can learn the offense quickly. He has not posted great numbers since entering the league and may not be more than a No. 5 fantasy receiver.
Posted: 8/9/2018 3:28pm ET
Huddle Up: Jones and Coleman probably will be competing for the No. 2 receiver job during camp but neither have received a lot of practice time with the team so far. Coleman probably has more fantasy value at this point, but neither player is more than a No. 5 fantasy receiver at this time.
Posted: 8/7/2018 11:36am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman struggled at times when he was with the Cleveland Browns but will receive a chance to win a starting job with the Bills. Owners should keep an eye on his progress during training camp to see what role he will receive. Coleman may not be an option in most fantasy drafts but could be a waiver wire option.
Posted: 8/5/2018 7:04pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman was fighting to be the No. 3 receiver in Cleveland, and the move the Buffalo does little to change his fantasy outlook. He doesn't need to rostered in redraft leagues right now.
Posted: 8/4/2018 4:17pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman is giving rookie Antonio Callaway a good opportunity to surpass him on the depth chart. Coleman's fantasy upside is already low in good health. He'll barely be rosterable when Josh Gordon returns.
Posted: 7/30/2018 9:34pm ET
Huddle Up: Being a former No. 15 overall draft pick, Coleman has been a disappointment in his first two seasons in the league, tallying only 56 catches for 718 yards and five touchdowns combined. In his defense, though, he's also been limited by injuries, having missed 13 games, not to mention poor QB play. If he can finally stay healthy, Coleman has the ability to be an impact player, but thus far, he's been unable to prove he can stay on the field consistently.
Posted: 7/26/2018 6:38pm ET
Huddle Up: Callaway has excellent physical tools, but he had some red flags off the field that hurt his draft stock. A solid start to camp is a good sign, but he's only a high-upside stash in keeper formats for now.
Posted: 7/25/2018 12:16pm ET
Huddle Up: It is an important year for Coleman because he has struggled in his first few seasons in the NFL. He likely will part of three-receiver sets if he makes the team, which means he has a chance for a decent 2018 season. Coleman could be a late-round option in deeper leagues or a waiver wire option during the season.
Posted: 6/16/2018 8:18pm ET
Huddle Up: Between the injuries and lack of production, it's tough to expect Coleman to suddenly put it all together. He's a late-round lottery ticket, at best.
Posted: 6/14/2018 12:35pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has dealt with injuries during the first two years of his career, so he will need to stay healthy to be productive in the passing game. He likely will compete with Antonio Callaway for the No. 3 receiver job during training camp but probably will not be a great fantasy option no matter where he is on the depth chart.
Posted: 5/8/2018 4:08pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman will have to play the best football of his career to compete for targets with the likes of Josh Gordon and Jarvis Landry. Talented rookie Antonio Callaway will also demand looks. For now, Coleman's ceiling is a WR4.
Posted: 5/3/2018 1:01pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has dealt with injuries since entering the NFL and is behind Josh Gordon and Jarvis Landry on the depth chart and could continue to drop depending on the progression of the other young receivers on the roster. Owners in most fantasy leagues probably can avoid Coleman in drafts.
Posted: 12/24/2017 1:29pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has been held to under 20 yards in three of the last four games and should be avoided in all fantasy leagues next week.
Posted: 12/17/2017 2:52pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has been a bit inconsistent for owners this season but has been targeted at least six times in three of the last five games. Owners probably will be able to find better options to use in Week 16 and can avoid Coleman.
Posted: 12/10/2017 4:19pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman visited the end zone for the first time since Week 1, as he is totally back from his hand injury now. He bounced back nicely after getting blanked last week against the Chargers. He can be trusted as a WR4 in most fantasy leagues heading into Week 15.
Posted: 11/26/2017 1:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has posted nine catches for 144 yards over the past two games on 19 targets, but he hasn't found the end zone since his return from a hand injury. Still, he's a decent low-end WR3 or flex option in most PPR formats, with WR4 appeal in standard leagues heading into Week 13 against the Chargers.
Posted: 11/19/2017 4:43pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman is making his way back from a broken hand and he did not play with any limitations in this one. He appears to be the receiver of choice for DeShone Kizer, and he could be a pretty solid WR3 or flex option down the stretch, particularly in PPR formats, with very little competition for targets. The Browns travel to meet the Bengals in Week 12.
Posted: 11/19/2017 9:12am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has missed most of the season because of his broken hand but should be a big part of the passing moving forward. He probably is not a great option this week because of Jacksonville Jaguars' pass defense, but he should be a valuable fantasy player during the last part of the season.
Posted: 11/16/2017 6:28pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman likely will enter the starting lineup in his first week back and has a chance to see a solid amount of targets. He could be at least a flex option in point-per-reception leagues and should also have value in standard leagues.
Posted: 11/16/2017 12:35pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman is a welcome addition to a struggling Browns squad. He was the favorite target of DeShone Kizer before he was hurt, so there's no reason to think Coleman can't pick up where he left off. Pick him up if he's available on waivers.
Posted: 11/13/2017 12:13pm ET
Huddle Up: The good news is that Coleman is back. The bad news is that he's returning to face the best pass defense in the NFL in the Jacksonville Jaguars. On the year, the Jaguars have yielded just one touchdown to wide receivers. Coleman is a flex consideration at best.
Posted: 11/8/2017 7:06pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman's career thus far has been marred by injury since entering the league last year, but he's also proven to be very effective when healthy. If he can avoid the injury bug, the 2016 first-round draft pick can be a huge difference-maker for owners down the stretch. While Cleveland figures to have suspect quarterback play the rest of the way, Coleman should at last be heavily involved when he's on the field.
Posted: 11/6/2017 11:12am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman will be a big help, when he does return, to what has been a stagnant Cleveland passing game. The second-year receiver was DeShone Kizer's favorite target before breaking his hand and there's no reason to believe that won't still be the case upon his return. When healthy, Coleman has WR2 upside, but he's better started as a WR3 or flex.
Posted: 10/22/2017 5:03am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman is currently on the Reserve/Injured list due to a broken right hand suffered in Week 2's game versus the Baltimore Ravens. He is eligible to return to action for Week 11's contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars Nov. 19.
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