Data Scout Notes: 1stC/1stM/PNagurski/PThorpe/HM C/2nd M
Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Eagles' draft picks: Round 7/244 -- Kurt Coleman, S, Ohio State: Yet another player with core special teams potential. Coleman is a hard-hitter with 4.55 speed. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Kurt Coleman News
04/15/14 - S Kurt Coleman agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings, according to multiple reports Monday.
Coleman started 27 games between 2011 and 2012 for the Philadelphia Eagles before losing his starting job last season. He played sparingly as a reserve in 2013, finishing with 14 tackles.
According to NFL.com, Coleman visited the Vikings on Thursday. Coleman had additional visits with the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts before landing with Minnesota.
Coleman, 25, was drafted by the Eagles in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL draft. He had four interceptions in 2011 and made a career-high 93 tackles in 2012.
12/26/13 - S Kurt Coleman, a key member of the Eagles' special teams, was a full practice participant Thursday after missing last week's game with a hamstring injury. He is expected to play Sunday night against the Cowboys.
12/18/13 - S Kurt Coleman didn't practice Wednesday. He injured his hamstring Sunday against the Vikings. Coleman, one of the Eagles' key special teams performers, is not expected to play this week against the Bears.
12/16/13 - S Kurt Coleman injured his hamstring Sunday and probably will not play this week against the Bears, which could leave the Eagles short-handed in the secondary.
09/01/13 - S Kurt Coleman started 27 games the past two years, but probably wouldn't have made the team if the Eagles kept only four safeties. For the moment, they've got five.