The Buffalo Bills on Saturday released wide receiver Corey Coleman, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
NFL Network first reported Coleman’s release. He was acquired in an Aug. 5 trade with the Cleveland Browns for a seventh-round pick in 2020.
Coleman caught three passes for 7 yards in three preseason games for the Bills. In a sign that he could be on roster bubble, Coleman played in Thursday’s preseason finale, finishing without a catch on three targets.
Coleman, 24, was a first-round pick of the Browns in 2016. The Bills will owe $3.5 million to Coleman that was guaranteed as part of his rookie contract inherited from Cleveland.