Off the Record (OTR)

Will Coleman return to Browns?

Yet another reason the Cleveland Browns should love their head coach Hue Jackson. The first draft pick of his tenure was wide receiver Corey Coleman.

So far, they’ve gotten like one good game out of the guy. Drafted in the first round in 2016, he’s since given them five touchdowns, two of which occurred on the same day. It was also the day of his only 100-yard game.

Because he’s given them so little, ESPNCleveland’s Tony Grossi wonders aloud whether or not the Browns would even bring him back, despite the fact that he’s under team control at a reasonable rate for the next three years.

“A second season of unmet expectations was climaxed by the second-biggest dropped pass in Browns history, sealing the 16th loss in Pittsburgh,” Grossi writes. “His future with the Browns is uncertain.”

Ehhhhh…thassnogood. I guess it’s understandable with the Browns so incredibly deep at wide receiver. Kenny Britt made it virtually impossible for any other receiver to make play this year. I mean, there is only one ball! He was so great that they had to cut him so someone else would get a chance to make plays.

The rest of the Browns receiving crew is so good that I can’t name any more of them.

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