Browns designate Corey Coleman to return from IR

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All of a sudden, the Browns are getting all kinds of receiving help back.

Via Dan Labbe of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns have designated Corey Coleman to return from injured reserve.

Coleman broke his hand in Week Two against the Ravens. The 2016 first-rounder also broke a hand last year, and has played in 12 of a possible 24 games in his career.

He won’t play this week against the Lions but will be eligible to play Nov. 19 against the Jaguars.

Coupled with the reinstatement of Josh Gordon, the Browns will have some top-shelf talent at receiver. Now that leaves something approaching 20 other positions to address, and everything will be just fine.

Until the next thing happens.

4 responses to “Browns designate Corey Coleman to return from IR

  1. 20 other positions? Try two, QB and WR. O line is fine, front seven is very strong. Secondary is average. This team is literally two-three players from being 8-8. Of course, the biggest one is QB which is a complete crap shoot. Or in Cleveland terms, just plain crap.

  2. 20 other positions?!? I’ll expound upon what aringfordaking says above. Aside from some additional LB and Oline depth our front seven and Oline are set. We have several good strong safeties, a solid starting CB and nickel CB, a good TE group, and a couple of good RBs. Add Coleman and even 70% of Gordon and our WRs look good. What we need is literally three competent starters (4 next year). We need a FS, another starting CB, a RB next year (seriously doubt Crowell is resigned and that we can’t find better), and a QB. With 6 picks in the first three rounds of the draft and the money we will have available in FA we can take a couple of swings at each of those positions. Add the continued growth and development of a young team and we might have something worth watching next year.

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