No one should be shocked by this news. Coleman, still only 23 years old, has been dismal and injury plagued. In two years, he's logged 19 games and amassed 56 receptions, 718 yards and five touchdowns, well short of expectations for a receiver who many compared to Steve Smith. Cabot goes on to say that it is her belief Coleman would be moved for a "decent offer". It's a move that certainly would make sense following the acquisition of Jarvis Landry, retention of the enigmatic Josh Gordon and young receivers Rashard Higgins and Ricardo Louis, who both have had moments. This in addition to the drafting of troubled rookie Antonio Callaway and the virtually-unknown Damion Ratley. Coleman's value continues to slip and he now appears as the WR48 on DLF's receiver rankings. His ADP (102) continues to fall and is currently at a career-low. Coleman is now in roster-clogger land as a player that can't be cut but shouldn't exist on the waiver wire either. If you don't own Coleman, there's no reason to. If you do own Coleman, hold for one more season to see if he's able to, finally, put a full year together.