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New York Giants: Is Corey Coleman emerging as 3rd wideout?

The New York Giants took a flyer on former first-round draft pick Corey Coleman, and it seems to be paying dividends. Coleman has clearly been an asset in the kick-off return game, where he has filled a void and helped the New York Giants offense in obtaining field position for the past two weeks. According […] New York Giants: Is Corey Coleman emerging as 3rd wideout? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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Gamble on Corey Coleman paying off for Giants

Gamble on Corey Coleman paying off for Giants

Former Browns first-round pick is excelling as a kickoff returner About a month ago the New York Giants, looking for an additional wide receiver and some energy in their kick return game, decided to “kick the tires” on Corey Coleman despite a tumultuous stretch that had seen Coleman traded by the Cleveland Browns and then cut once by the Buffalo Bills and twice by the New England Patriots since the beginning training camp. That decision is paying dividends for the Giants. A third-year player, the speedy Coleman is being used as a kickoff returner for the first time in his career....
Big Blue View Nov 16, 2018
Pat’s Perspectives: In Jamon Brown and Corey Coleman, Giants find diamonds in the rough

Pat’s Perspectives: In Jamon Brown and Corey Coleman, Giants find diamonds in the rough

Jamon Brown, Corey Coleman could tick off two key needs for Giants moving forward. A few years ago, the New York Giants lucked out when they picked up offensive lineman Sean Locklear off the scrap heap. Locklear, before a knee injury derailed his career, proved to be a solid find at offensive tackle. But more than just that, he also proved to be a rarity — a guy who other teams might not have wanted but, when he found a new home and was placed into an environment that not only wanted and appreciated what he brought to the table, he flourished. Those instances are rare, but this year, the...
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Corey Coleman, Quadree Henderson solving Giants’ return game riddle

Corey Coleman, Quadree Henderson solving Giants’ return game riddle

Return game might to evolving from sore spot to strength The New York Giants began churning through kickoff and punt returners in the preseason. Kalif Raymond and Hunter Sharp were found wanting and let go. Kaelin Clay and Stacy Coley were tried and discarded once the season began. Cody Latimer got a turn before landing on IR. Jawill Davis got an opportunity. Desperate for play-making, the Giants even used Odell Beckham Jr. as a punt returner for a handful of games. Nine games into the season, the Giants finally may have found answers to their return game issues. Speedster Corey Coleman, a...

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