Former first-round draft pick Corey Coleman -- last seen letting the Browns' final chance at avoiding a winless season and eternal shame slip out of his hands -- has been traded to the Buffalo Bills.
On Sunday night ESPN's Adam Schefter broke the news when he tweeted: "Cleveland is trading former first-round pick WR Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills for a draft pick, per source."
The Browns will receive an undisclosed future pick, according to the team.
In two seasons with the Browns, Coleman has played just 19 games, catching five touchdowns.
That first episode of "Hard Knocks" is going to be something.