The Browns traded Corey Coleman, but it wasn't much of a trade, according to reports. The team barely got anything in return.
The Browns traded the former first-round pick to the Buffalo Bills for a seventh-round pick in 2020, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
There are only seven rounds in the NFL Draft.
In two seasons, Coleman played just 19 games, catching five touchdowns.
Coleman will go down as another first-round pick who never found traction wearing orange and brown. None of the Browns' first-round selections from 2012-16 are still with the team, including Johnny Manziel, Trent Richardson and Cameron Erving.
Let us never speak their names again.