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.