Browns' Corey Coleman will not be charged in assault case

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 9, 2017

Cuyahoga County prosecutors will not pursue charges against Cleveland Browns receiver Corey Coleman stemming from the New Years eve assault of a Maple Heights man that left him unconscious and with a ruptured eardrum.

Browns head coach Hue Jackson told's Mary Kay Cabot that he's "glad" about the ruling.

Former Baylor and current Cleveland Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman has been cleared of all charges in connection with an attack against a 26-year-old man in downtown Cleveland, according to a report from's Adam Ferrise. "We needed to move beyond that and getting to play football, which he has been".

Sapp walked away from the group. Detectives from the Cleveland Police Department looked into the possible involvement of others, including Corey Coleman.

As for his brother, Jonathan Coleman, officials say he and another man, Jared Floyd, will be charged with 2nd degree assault.

"He is starting to show up", Jackson said of Coleman's work in training camp.

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