Tevin Colemans Future

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Tevin Colemans Future

Postby gunzwil guinea pigs » Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:26 pm

he is still on his rookie contract and trough-out 2018. after paying freeman it's probably gonna be a new team for coleman soon... do you think he gets traded or do you even believe in an extension? whats your take for his future, could he handle a full workload if he would get a chance? and whats his current value? :) love to hear your opinions
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Re: Tevin Colemans Future

Postby ColdZealDonkeyStrike » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:20 pm

I like the talent, but hate the situation. I think him resigning is a bigger possibility than people realize. Unless Atlanta invests in WR in the next year or two, I think they will see Coleman as an important enough piece to keep around as he is their clear 3rd best weapon on offense. And Coleman might be happy with that role if he is having success and getting paid accordingly.

It is still more likely that he is on a new team in 2019, but we have to wait 2 seasons for that, we don't know the role he is walking into, and it is possible it doesn't happen. I am all for buying talent and being situation agnostic, but this seems like a situation that could damper him for a while.
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Re: Tevin Colemans Future

Postby roseyknee » Sat Sep 23, 2017 7:26 am

I've seen a few people mention the possibility of a Coleman trade to improve his situation. I don't see how this is even a possibility-why would Atlanta ship off a talented, productive RB still on his rookie contract? The only reason I could think of is if the GM has Coleman on his dynasty team. They'll want to protect their investment in Freeman by not running him into the ground, and Coleman is more than capable. It sucks for fantasy that he will be nothing more than a flex/handcuff for the next two years unless something happens to Freeman.

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Re: Tevin Colemans Future

Postby steelermurf » Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:39 pm

I own both Freeman and Coleman, I start them both.

I think he has value now already. I doubt they resign him, so look forward to seeing him as a feature back in a couple years

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