The Giants have added Corey Coleman to their practice squad after he worked out with the team Wednesday, according to The Athletic, marking the fourth team the first-round pick out of the 2016 draft has been on in three months.
The Giants signed WR Corey Coleman to the practice squad, per source. He had a workout yesterday.
— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) October 18, 2018
In a corresponding move, the Giants cut Kalif Raymond after he signed on Tuesday to make room for Coleman, according to the report.
The 24-year-old became a free agent after the Patriots released Coleman from their practice squad last month.
Prior to his time in New England, Coleman spent the first two seasons of his career with the Browns, but he was traded to the Bills in mid-August in exchange for a late-round draft pick. Coleman, though, didn’t make much of an impact in Buffalo as he was waived by the team before ever appearing in a regular-season game.
Through 19 career games, Coleman has caught 56 passes for 718 yards and five touchdowns.