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Offseason Thoughts: KB's Bad Weight

Mario Puig

Mario is a Senior Writer at RotoWire who primarily writes and projects for the NFL and college football sections.

With rookies and free agents debuting in offseason workouts for their new teams, OTAs lent a few developments worth considering as we head into the summer. Here are a few random thoughts on initial reports.

I still love his talent and think he has athletic ability similar to that of Odell Beckham, but Corey Coleman's latest hamstring issue is a worry for me. Coleman's skill set is dependent on top-shelf explosiveness, but he's shown a tendency since his Baylor days to accumulate soft tissue injuries that leave him unable to perform.

He missed the first three games of the 2014 season with a hamstring injury suffered at an unspecified point in the preseason, and he ended his Baylor career playing through a sports hernia. His rookie season was primarily undone by the broken hand he suffered in September, but he also missed time in the preseason with a hamstring issue.

Coleman bounced back in each previous case of hamstring trouble, but you'd rather not see

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