Coleman finished this season with 95 tackles (66 solo), four interceptions, one sack and one touchdown in 15 games played. Coleman's tackle total marked the highest in his seven-year career, and his second consecutive 90-tackle season since joining the Panthers. He also led Carolina with four interceptions. After signing a three-year extension prior to this season, Coleman figures to remain an important member of the Panthers defense going forward, which should make him a solid IDP option among defensive backs in 2017.
Coleman registered nine tackles (seven solo) and an interception during Monday's win over the Redskins. Coleman has now picked off a pass in three of Carolina's last four games, a span in which he's also accumulated 37 tackles. With 84 tackles on the season thus far, Coleman trails only Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis for the Panthers' team lead.
Coleman made eight tackles (four solo) and an interception Sunday against the Chargers. Coleman led the Panthers with three passes defended Sunday, when his interception marked his third of the campaign. The veteran has also accounted for 75 stops following Sunday's contest.
Coleman (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Joseph Person of The Charlotte Observer reports. This is merely confirmation that Coleman will suit up Sunday, which was fully expected after he cleared the NFL's concussion protocol earlier this week. Coleman, who missed one game due to the head injury, has accrued 67 stops, two interceptions, one forced fumble and one touchdown on the season.
Coleman has cleared the league's concussion protocol and will therefore be expected to play Sunday against the Chargers. Coleman missed last week's loss to the Seahawks due to concussion symptoms, but the brief absence will come to an end with him returning in Week 14. He's slated to get the start at strong safety next to Tre Boston.