Late Sunday evening, the Cleveland Browns trading 2015 first round pick WR Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills for an 7th-round 2020 draft pick.
Does this mean that Dez Bryant is on his way to Cleveland?
Bryant, the mercurial–yet talented–former All-Pro and Pro Bowl wideout for the Dallas Cowboys is still without a team after being unceremoniously cut back in May.
Heavily linked to be joining the Browns and most recently the Steelers, the possible addition of Dez would give Cleveland one of the most feared receiving corps in all of football.
In the case of Coleman, it was another wasted draft pick by the now former Sashi Brown analytics-driven regime, as the former Baylor standout failed to stay healthy on the field, and hand hands of stone when on it–most notably dropping a key reception that would have help Cleveland avoid going winless in their season finale at Pittsburgh.
Time will only tell is Coleman ever lives up to his first round status. But now he is in Buffalo, and Cleveland can now focus on moving forward with the likes of Josh Gordon, Jarvis Landry, rookie Antonio Callaway and now possibly Bryant.