There are plenty of Cleveland Browns fans who’ll tell you that former team Vice President Sashi Brown did a tremendous job of stocking the team with so many draft picks to use in their current rebuild. The problem was what Brown and his personnel team did with those picks. Case in point? Wide receiver Corey Coleman, whom Sashi Brown took with Cleveland’s top pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
To make matters even worse, Cleveland did so after trading out of the pick that would be used to select quarterback Carson Wentz. In his first two seasons in Cleveland, Coleman had five total touchdown catches and less than 720 total receiving yards. And after complaining about how he should be getting more practice repetitions and playing time despite his lack of production, the Browns traded him away prior to the start of the 2018 season.