Bills sign WR Keon Coleman to Rookie Contract

June 17, 2024

Keon Coleman

The Buffalo Bills have announced the signing of their second-round selection WR, Keon Coleman, to a four-year rookie contract. This news was released on Wednesday.

Coleman has been a constant fixture at the Bills OTAs and minicamp period. The opportunity to sign his first NFL contract is a testament to his dedication and the high hopes the Bills have for him.

The Bills made a strategic decision by selecting Coleman with the 33rd overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. This marks the highest selection for a Buffalo wide receiver since 2014, highlighting Coleman's potential and talent. He had a standout junior season at Florida State, bringing in 11 touchdowns with 50 receptions and amassing 658 receiving yards. Additionally, added 300 yards on 25 punt returns. His impressive performance earned him the title of first team All-ACC in 2023.

Before his transfer to Florida State, Coleman played two seasons at Michigan State where he caught 65 passes for 848 and scored eight touchdowns. His athleticism extends beyond football, as he also played for the Michigan State basketball team in 2022.

With Coleman's signing, the Buffalo Bills' entire 2024 Draft Class have now signed their rookie contracts. This sets the stage for an exciting season ahead.

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