After being drafted with the 15th overall pick in 2016, he signed a fully guaranteed four year $11.6 million contract including a $6 million signing bonus. Not bad for a first-round pick with a ton of promise. The problem, though, is that he has played in 20 out of 32 possible games, a result of breaking his hand in each season. The question about Coleman (5’11” 185) isn’t his production (56 receptions 718 yards five touchdowns), but can he stay healthy for a full season? The 23-year-old receiver is scheduled to make $1.5 million in 2018 and $2 million in 2019 before a team option for a fifth year can be picked up. I know everyone is calling for his head after he dropped a fourth-down pass to lock up the Browns’ winless season, but they will have to deal with Coleman for at least the next two years. I expect to see a determined receiver eager to prove something next year.