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Posted: 6/18/2017 11:27am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has gotten off to a bit of a rough start in his NFL career in terms of injuries. The second-year wideout will be counted on to be the Browns' top receiver this season, so the team would be wise to make sure he is completely healthy before pushing him hard in camp. Coleman has WR3 upside, but many owners may be able to get him on the cheap this summer considering his injury history and current quarterback situation.
Posted: 6/13/2017 3:51pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has a good opportunity to lead the Browns in receiving this year as he starts opposite Kenny Britt. A less-than-ideal quarterback situation will likely lower his ceiling, but Coleman does have weekly flex allure.
Posted: 6/10/2017 7:27pm ET
Huddle Up: Injuries derailed Coleman's rookie season, but he should see all the targets he can handle as the most explosive weapon for an unproven receiving corps. He is worth a look as a WR3.
Posted: 6/1/2017 6:15pm ET
Huddle Up: With Terrelle Pryor now in Washington, Coleman should be set for plenty of targets in 2017 as long as he can stay healthy. He could be a volume-based WR3.
Posted: 6/1/2017 10:28am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman will need to step his game up this season with Terrelle Pryor out of town. Kenny Britt and Coleman should start on the outside, but both players' ceilings are lowered due to subpar quarterback play. As of now, Coleman is best drafted as a low-end WR3 to high-end WR4.
Posted: 5/31/2017 10:56am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman was limited to 10 games as a rookie last year due mostly to injury, flashing on occasion when the stars lined up correctly for him to be healthy and have decent quarterbacking at the same time. The second-year wideout is poised to be the team's new No. 1 receiver if can stay on the field, but that obviously has been a challenge for him so far. He's worth a shot as a WR4 in fantasy with WR3 upside.
Posted: 5/24/2017 12:09pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman could miss a workout or two but should be back on the field in the near future. He likely will be the Browns' No. 1 receiver in 2017 and should receive a solid amount of targets. Owners in most fantasy leagues should consider Coleman a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 receiver.
Posted: 5/6/2017 2:04pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman will be a starting receiver for the Browns and could become the No. 1 receiver with Terrelle Pryor no longer on the team. He was limited to 10 games as a rookie because of injuries and finished with 413 yards and three touchdowns. He should see a solid amount of targets in 2017 and can a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 option for owners.
Posted: 3/30/2017 4:29pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman might be a popular breakout candidate going into 2017 after a freshman campaign that saw him heavily involved, averaging more than seven targets per game in 10 contests as a rookie. The potential return of Gordon could cap his potential, but he'll still be someone worth watching in drafts regardless.
Posted: 3/29/2017 7:07am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman had a 33-413-3 season, but he missed six games due to a broken hand. He showed flashes early in the season with a 5-104-2 game against the Baltimore Ravens. He'll be a low-end WR3 option in fantasy with a good camp.
Posted: 11/27/2016 8:33pm ET
Huddle Up: The Browns were trying to get Coleman the ball, and they struck for one scoring play. He has plenty of speed to burn and could be a fantasy difference maker down the stretch now that he is healthy. However, the Browns are off in Week 13 due to a bye.
Posted: 11/10/2016 9:35pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has struggled in his first two games back from injury, but he still has plenty of upside. Keep the speedy rookie on your bench. He could pay dividends down the stretch.
Posted: 11/8/2016 2:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Some rust is expected after a long absence, but Coleman didn't even play terribly last week. He and Terrelle Pryor should be Cleveland's main targets as long as their healthy. Colemand is a great start this week versus a Baltimore Ravens defense that has allowed 14 touchdowns to receivers this year -- tied for second most in the NFL.
Posted: 11/6/2016 2:27pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman returned after missing multiple weeks with a broken hand and was targeted seven times during the game. He likely will be one of the starting receivers moving forward for the Browns and can be at least a flex option for owners.
Posted: 11/6/2016 8:57am ET
Huddle Up: Although he is suiting up for the first time since Week 5, Coleman figures to see a lot of targets Sunday afternoon. He's worthy of consideration as a WR3 or flex option in deeper fantasy leagues.
Posted: 11/4/2016 1:13pm ET
Huddle Up: This pretty much ensures that Coleman will be able to suit up for the first time since Week 2, when the sterling rookie had a monstrous 104-yard, two-touchdown effort against the Ravens. Although it's looking like Cody Kessler will be under center, rather than the more proven Josh McCown, owners might want to get Coleman back in the lineup right away for his high ceiling. Additionally, Cleveland figures to be trailing for the majority of the game, which should provide Coleman with some extra targets.
Posted: 11/3/2016 7:57pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman, a Texas native who played his college ball at Baylor, might play with a little extra against the Dallas Cowboys. If he is active he is a nice WR3 sleeper in fantasy leagues of 12 or more teams.
Posted: 11/3/2016 11:01am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has missed a little over a month because of his broken hand but should see a solid amount of targets in the passing game. He probably should be considered a low-end No. 3 receiver or a flex option in deeper leagues.
Posted: 11/2/2016 2:00pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has been working his way back from the broken hand, but it is not known if he will be cleared to play in Week 9. Coleman should have a solid role in the passing game when he is able to play, but owners may want to see him play in a game before using him in their lineup.
Posted: 10/31/2016 11:59am ET
Huddle Up: Just how much Coleman practices this week remains to be seen, but the Browns receiving duo of Terrelle Pryor and Coleman could be lethal. Don't make any hurried decisions on Coleman just yet. Wait and see how he progresses this week. If he's available on waivers, pick him up. If he can stay healthy, he has WR2 upside going forward.
Posted: 10/28/2016 12:30pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman hasn't played since Week 2, but he is getting closer at least. It's even possible he makes his return next week. The promising young wide-out flashed plenty of potential throughout the preseason and in the first two games of the regular season, including a 100-yard, two-touchdown effort in his last outing before going down with the injury. With a steady quarterback like Josh McCown now under center, Coleman will have a notably high ceiling when he is healthy again.
Posted: 10/27/2016 9:09am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman may be a game-time decision this week, so owners will need to keep an eye on the situation. Coleman should see a solid amount of targets when he returns to the lineup and can be a flex option if he plays.
Posted: 10/26/2016 12:34pm ET
Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor the situation during the week to see if Coleman will be cleared to play. He likely will rejoin the starting lineup when he plays again and should see a solid number of targets. He can be a No. 3 receiver or a flex option in leagues if he is not eased back into the offense.
Posted: 10/26/2016 11:09am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman is working his way back but may miss at least one more week if he is not able to catch passes at this point. He should have a solid role in the passing game when he returns, but owners may want to see him play in a game before using him in their lineups.
Posted: 10/24/2016 5:39pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has missed the last five weeks because of his broken hand but may be able to return to the field soon. He likely will rejoin the starting lineup when he is able to play again and could be a flex option in deeper leagues.
Posted: 10/17/2016 12:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman was expected to be sidelined four to six weeks after breaking his hand late last month, so next week puts him at the back end of that timeline. The rookie flashed big-time playmaking ability in two games before the injury, so owners in need of receiver help may want to see if he is on the waiver wire. The Browns are getting competent quarterback play from rookie Cody Kessler and Terrelle Pryor is emerging a primary option, so Coleman should be able to be a serviceable WR3 upon his return.
Posted: 9/22/2016 6:16am ET
Huddle Up: The Browns' offense is in dire straits until Josh Gordon returns. Andrew Hawkins could slide into the starting role and be a flex consideration against the Miami Dolphins this week.
Posted: 9/22/2016 5:31am ET
Huddle Up: The Browns' offense is a hot mess until Josh Gordon returns. Andrew Hawkins could slide into the starting role and be a flex consideration against the Miami Dolphins this week.
Posted: 9/21/2016 3:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Owners will need to keep an eye on the situation to have a better idea on when Coleman will be able to play again. Terrelle Pryor and Gary Barnidge could be more involved in the passing game with Coleman out. They can be decent options for fantasy owners, but their value will take a small hit because of the team's quarterback situation.
Posted: 9/18/2016 2:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman did not lead the team in targets but was the most productive receiver for the Browns in Week 2. He will continue to be one of the starting receivers and can be a No. 3 wide receiver in some leagues.
Posted: 8/24/2016 9:24am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman is an intriguing talent who projects to walk into a starting job. Suiting up for the third preseason game is a positive for his fantasy stock, and he should be viewed as an upside selection for your virtual bench with the potential to emerge as a weekly starting option.
Posted: 8/21/2016 9:26am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman has missed the first two preseason games and needs some work with the first-team offense before the start of the season. Coleman should still be a starting receiver even if he does not play in the preseason and can be a No. 4 receiver in most leagues.
Posted: 8/18/2016 10:23am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman returned to practice earlier this week but probably needs a few more practices before he is ready to play in a game. He likely will be the No. 1 receiver for the Browns at the start of the season and can be a No. 4 receiver for fantasy owners.
Posted: 8/15/2016 5:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Fantasy GMs are eager for a look at the first-round pick, who was off to a strong start to camp before the hammy issues hit. We'll see in the coming days if he'll be able to play in preseason game No. 2.
Posted: 8/15/2016 9:08am ET
Huddle Up: Coleman missed the preseason opener after experiencing soreness in his hamstring last weekend, but this report confirms Cleveland was just being cautious with its rookie playmaker. The No. 15 overall pick in April's draft is expected to be the Browns' top receiver right away with Josh Gordon serving a four-game suspension to begin the season. Coleman is a solid WR4 with upside.
Posted: 8/10/2016 4:23pm ET
Huddle Up: The first-round pick got off to a strong start in camp, but has hit a common snag with the hammy issues. He'll likely sit out Cleveland's exhibition opener, but don't start getting antsy unless the issue lingers longer than that.
Posted: 8/8/2016 3:10pm ET
Huddle Up: Coleman could use the reps to continue getting up to NFL speed, but the playmaker-needy Browns aren't going to risk more serious injury by pushing the first-round pick into action. Likewise, Fantasy GMs might need to show some patience.
Posted: 8/7/2016 12:55pm ET
Huddle Up: Hammy issues can linger, but the first-round pick -- and top rookie fantasy WR prospect -- should turn out fine. Just keep an eye out, though, for any complications.
Posted: 7/31/2016 1:16pm ET
Huddle Up: The glaring need for an offensive play-maker is exactly why the Browns used their No. 1 pick on Coleman, who currently owns the highest ADP among rookie WRs at 36 (77th overall).
Posted: 7/11/2016 10:52pm ET
Huddle Up: It's hardly a shocking development that a team devoid of playmakers thinks their first-round pick will be their go-to wide receiver. Where Coleman shakes out as a fantasy helper is another matter entirely; the opportunity should be there in Cleveland, but that isn't necessarily enough to make him any more than a third or fourth fantasy WR on most self-respecting rosters.
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