Giants' Corey Coleman tears ACL, out for the 2019 season
New York Giants wide receiver Corey Coleman suffered a torn ACL in practice Thursday and is done for the 2019 season.
A tough blow for the Giants as Coleman was expected to compete for the third WR slot on the club, behind Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate. The team will now bring in free-agent receivers for a workout on Saturday to help fill out the roster.
Coleman caught just 5 passes for 71 yards during the 2018 season.
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