The New York Giants spent much of Wednesday working on their own in-house free agents, extending tender offers to exclusive rights free agents Aldrick Rosas, Jon Halapio and Elijhaa Penny.

However, they did not stop there and as the evening drew late, the team tendered restricted free agent wide receiver Corey Coleman at his original-round, which will account for $2.025 million in 2019.

Coleman was the 15th overall selection in the 2015 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns out of Baylor. He played in 19 games over two seasons with the Browns, catching 56 passes for 718 yards and five touchdowns. Injuries and inconsistency led the Browns to trade Coleman to the Buffalo Bills in August of 2018 in exchange for a 2020 seventh-round selection.

The Bills, not seeing Coleman as a fit, released him during final cuts. He was signed by the New England Patriots but released when the Pats inked his former Browns teammate Josh Gordon. He was later signed to their practice squad, but ultimately released.

Three weeks after his release from the Patriots, Coleman was signed to the Giants’ practice squad and later promoted to their 53-man roster where he appeared in eight games, hauling in five receptions for 71 yards. He also served as the team’s kick returner, averaging 26 yards per return.

Although he didn’t see an overwhelming amount of field time with the Giants, Coleman did flash a time or two, proving to the team there’s still talent to be harvested.