Cleveland Browns receiver Corey Coleman suffered a minor injury during OTAs, but fans should not be panicking about his status for the season.
The Cleveland Browns have had a relatively successful offseason up to this point, but the wide receiver position may be a point of concern for fans.
The Browns did add veteran receiver Kenny Britt, but that came at the expense of not retaining Terrelle Pryor. Pryor is not an established success at the receiver position, but he sure looked to have what it takes to be successful during the 2016 season.
Corey Coleman steps in as the number one guy, which was supposed to be the case last year before Coleman broke his hand and Pryor stepped up. The process isn’t off to a great start this year either as Coleman recently injured himself during OTAs by falling on a football with a teammate on top of him.
The team didn’t report any broken bones or major fallout from his tumble, but it won’t ease the concerns of fans. However, the fact it is the beginning of June and he did not suffer a major injury means this should be nothing to worry about too much.
Let’s take a look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"The Cleveland Browns will be without wide receiver Corey Coleman for a while due to an injury. How long that will be is a bit of a mystery, however."
"The Cleveland Browns spent a lot of money upgrading their offensive line this offseason. Do they now have the best guards in the league?"
"The Cleveland Browns and linebacker Christian Kirksey agreed to a new four-year extension on Tuesday. In doing so, both parties managed to send messages."
"Browns receiver Corey Coleman’s fall on the ball last week in organized team activities was a little worse than first thought, and he might now be out until training camp at the end of July."
"With OTAs underway for all 32 teams in the NFL, don’t expect Le’Veon Bell and Melvin Ingram to show up due to contract disputes."
"Mike Tirico will call Thursday Night Football games for NBC in 2017."