WR Corey Coleman Speed NOT FAST ENOUGH For Giants

WR Corey Coleman NOT FAST ENOUGH For Giants

WR Corey Coleman Speed NOT FAST ENOUGH For Giants!

Back in his college days, wide receiver Corey Coleman clocked a blazing, but unofficial 4.12 40-yard dash, and at SPARQ Combine in Oregon he checked in at 4.32. These days, his speed is NOT there. Read on…


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CelebNSports247.com reports that wide receiver Corey Coleman days are officially over with the New York Giants.

Corey Coleman was a surprise release on Monday and when asked what went into that decision, New York Giants head coach Joe Judge said the team simply wanted more speed at the wide receiver position.


Judge said:

We’re pleased with the wide receiver depth we have. I think we’re going into it right now with some speed at the position. That’s something we’re definitely looking to add right there.

I think we have good position flexibility with all of our skill players on offense. We feel good with where we’re at right now.

Look, it’s the National Football League. We’re always looking to improve through our own roster development, develop through our practice squad, and throughout the year as different moves happen on different rosters, that can obviously impact our own roster as well.

Corey Coleman has been replaced by Damion Ratley, who was claimed off of waivers on Monday.

The former Cleveland Browns sixth-round pick has appeared in 26 career games (six starts), hauling in 25 receptions for 344 yards and one touchdown. But for comparison sake, the fastest 40 time Ratley has logged was 4.45 in 2018.

Yes, that’s fast, but is it really that much faster than Coleman at this stage?

Apparently the Giants think so, Judge added:

The guys that we’ve added to the roster, each one answers specific needs at that position group, really as far as establishing more depth and giving us some versatility within the position. We were able to add some speed at the skill positions, safety and receiver, obviously.

Will Coleman have a chance to return to the Giants. No!

The Giants have no desire to re-sign Coleman.

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