Data Scout Notes: 2013: NA...PBiletnikoff/DS#1PSTeamProspect-DStephens...2012: 2ndC
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08/10/15 - WR Brandon Coleman, who had an undisclosed injury, was back at practice on a limited basis Monday morning.
12/29/14 - WR Brandon Coleman was signed off the practice squad, but was one of the inactive for Sunday's game.
12/26/14 - WR Brandon Coleman was signed by the Saints from their practice squad Friday (Dec. 26).
05/13/14 - New Orleans Saints announce 2014 rookie free agent class: Brandon Coleman – Wide Receiver, Rutgers (6-6, 225): Coleman started 27-of-39 games at Rutgers and caught 94 passes for 1,808 yards (19.2 avg.) and 20 touchdowns, tying the Scarlet Knights’ school record for scoring grabs. In 2013, he finished second on the team in receiving with 34 grabs for 538 yards (15.8 avg.) with four touchdowns, as 12 of his grabs were for 20 yards or longer. In 2012, he was a second-team All-Big East Conference choice as he made 43 receptions for 718 yards (16.7 avg.) and tied the school record with 10 touchdown grabs. - New Orleans Saints
04/29/14 - Five players who should be on Chicago's draft radar: WR Brandon Coleman, Rutgers: Chicago has arguably the best wide receiver duo in the league with Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, but depth behind them could be addressed. Coleman led the Rutgers in receiving as a sophomore in 2012 with 718 yards and 10 touchdowns, earning Second Team All-Big East honors. He returned for his junior season with hype as a possible high draft pick, but he was slowed due to offseason knee surgery and his production dropped across the board. Coleman is in the same mold as Marshall and Jeffery with his size and long-striding speed, but he is still raw and doesn't consistently play up to his size. While still developing in several areas, he has the power forward size and promise as a pass catcher to be stashed on the Bears roster and develop into Marshall's eventual replacement. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com