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09/20/17 - WR Corey Coleman underwent surgery to repair his broken right hand. The Browns put him on injured reserve on Tuesday.
He can start practicing in six weeks and return to playing games two weeks later if the Browns decide to designate him to return.
09/18/17 - WR Corey Coleman suffered a broken right hand in the fourth quarter. He missed six games with a broken right hand last year.
09/18/17 - WR Corey Coleman underwent successful surgery on his fractured right hand Monday afternoon. He might be able to return late in the season.
Coleman, who was injured Sunday the Browns' 24-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, had a metacarpal in his right hand repaired during the procedure at University Hospitals, the Browns announced. Although the team offered no timetable for his return, Cleveland.com reported that Coleman is expected to be placed on injured reserve Tuesday. He will be eligible to practice in six weeks and return to the lineup in eight weeks.
08/27/17 - WR Corey Coleman had a spectacular night against the Buccaneers. He made four catches, three of them with a high degree of difficulty. He has clearly seized the job of No. 1 receiver in his second season with the Browns.
05/24/17 - WR Corey Coleman caught a deep pass from quarterback Brock Osweiler. He fell to the ground and did not pop back up. Eventually, Coleman did stand and walked to the locker room with a trainer by his side. "He came down, I think, on the ball a little bit, too, but I think he'll be OK," Jackson said.