Giants Signing WR Corey Coleman To PS, Promoting OLB Trent Harris

     

The New York Giants are promoting OLB Trent Harris to their active roster on Tuesday, according to Art Stapleton.

Stapleton adds that the Giants are re-signing WR Corey Coleman to their practice squad.

Here’s the Giants updated practice squad:

  1. DE Niko Lalos
  2. T Kyle Murphy
  3. RB Sandro Platzgummer
  4. P Ryan Santoso
  5. LS Carson Tinker
  6. WR Binjimen Victor
  7. DB Jarren Williams
  8. DB Chris Williamson
  9. G Chris Slade
  10. WR Derrick Dillon
  11. C Javon Patterson
  12. RB Alfred Morris
  13. QB Clayton Thorson
  14. WR Alex Bachman
  15. DT David Moa
  16. WR Corey Coleman

Coleman, 26, is a former first-round pick of the Browns back in 2016. He was in the third year of his four-year, $11.654 million contract when he was traded to the Bills for a 2020 seventh-round pick.

Unfortunately, the Bills elected to waive him coming out of the preseason. Coleman signed on with the Patriots but was waived soon after and eventually signed on to the Giants’ practice squad.

Coleman was eventually promoted to the active roster and returned to the Giants on a one-year, restricted tender. He had re-signed with the team during this offseason before being released.

In 2018, Coleman appeared in eight games for the Giants and caught five passes for 71 yards receiving to go along with five yards rushing. He also contributed 598 kick return yards and 19 punt return yards.

Harris, 24, signed with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent out of Miami in 2018. New England waived him coming out of the preseason and signed him to the practice squad. 

The Patriots re-signed him to a futures contract in 2019 before waiving him at the end of the preseason. The Dolphins claimed Harris off waivers and eventually re-signed as an exclusive rights free agent last year. 

Miami re-signed him to another one-year deal in August, but cut him loose coming out of training camp. The Giants signed him to their practice squad and he’s been on and off of the unit. 

In 2019, Harris appeared in 11 games for the Dolphins and recorded 22 tackles, 1.5 sacks and one forced fumble. 

 

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