2. Can Coleman still start over Callaway ?
We’ve all heard it a million times before. Antonio Callaway, the problem child Florida Gators product. His talent says first-round pick, maybe even the first receiver off the board in the 2018 NFL Draft. But, his lack of character and criminal history dropped him all the way to the fourth round in the draft.
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General manager John Dorsey has a knack for taking exceptionally talented players with character issues. Naturally, the Browns took to Callaway like a moth to a flame. While this writer is still cautious, the talent is undeniable. Which begs the question…can he beat out Corey Coleman?
Coleman has been everything that wasn’t advertised on the box since Cleveland drafted him. During his time with Baylor, Coleman was blazing fast, productive above all, and in the eyes of some, the best receiver in the country.
Since coming to Cleveland, wearing Bernie Kosar’s No. 19 no less, Coleman has been something of a total flop. Still blazing fast, yes, but that has taken a backseat to injury-prone, far less productive, and too small for the NFL game.
Callaway now looks to fill the same role, and overtaking Coleman might be easier for him than we think. Young, new, and fresh out of the box, Callaway could start with the upper hand in this battle for receiver supremacy.