If there's one receiver on the Cleveland Browns' roster that might have some fantasy relevance this upcoming season, it is second-year player Corey Coleman.
Despite having to deal with some horrendous quarterback play last season, Coleman still found a way to put up 33 receptions for 413 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie.
Unfortunately, his first full offseason will be cut short. It's not yet known what is plaguing Coleman, but he took a spill during OTA practices on Tuesday. A day later, Browns head coach Hue Jackson indicated that the receiver will be out for some time with the expectation that he will return by training camp.
Now that the Browns have lost Terrelle Pryor in free agency, someone else is going to have to step up for whoever is under center. Free-agent signing Kenny Britt could be that guy, but Coleman offers significantly more upside.
This isn't a huge blow for Coleman's fantasy stock, but it's something we should pay attention to when preseason drafts take place during camp.