This is not the first trade the Browns have gone out and made this off-season. They acquired Landry from the Miami Dolphins, while also bringing in quarterback Tyrod Taylor in a separate deal with the Bills. They will also have Gordon back for an entire season, at least we think. The troubled receiver is away from the team for personal matters, but is expected to be back and ready for the start of the regular season.
Coleman was selected with the 19th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, but has struggled since coming in to the league. In 19 career games, he has 56 catches for 718 yards and five touchdowns. He is coming off an injury-filled season that saw him miss seven games with a hand injury. He ended the season with 23 receptions for 305 yards and two touchdowns. He is expected to battle for the two-spot on the Bills' depth chart as well, going against Zay Jones, who is coming off of off-season knee surgery.
For the Browns, from the options on their current roster, rookie Antonio Callaway seems to be the early favorite to take over the No. 3 spot. Although, there have been some rumors that Dez Bryant could be an option for the team to bring in as a free agent. Bryant was cut by the Dallas Cowboys after last season and has yet to find a home. The likes of Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers has attempted to recruit him via social media, but as of right now, it is to no avail. This could be a move by the Browns to make more room for another addition like that.