Coleman has decided to opt out of the 2020 campaign, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Coleman appeared in line to compete for a reserve tackle position in San Francisco before announcing his decision to opt out.
Coleman (ankle) is expected to provide the 49ers with depth at the right tackle position in 2020, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Coleman re-upped with San Francisco on a one-year, $2.2 million extension in March, putting him in prime position to pick up the slack at right tackle behind Mike McGlinchey. After spending all of 2019 on injured reserve due to an ankle issue, the 28-year-old Coleman will look to maintain a clean bill of heath for 2020.
Coleman (ankle) and the 49ers have agreed to a one-year contract extension.
Coleman spent the entire 2019 season on injured reserve due to a broken ankle. The 28-year-old will now look to to compete for a roster spot on the team.
Coleman (ankle) will be placed on injured reserve Monday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Lee was already expected to be out "several months" with the ankle injury that forced him to be carted off the field during Saturday's preseason opener. Now, Coleman will be placed on injured reserve and likely be out for the entire 2019 season.
Coleman is expected to miss "several months" with an ankle injury, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Coleman had to be carted off the field after dislocating his ankle during Saturday's preseason game against Dallas. Until Coleman returns, Justin Skule will likely pick up the slack at left tackle behind Joe Staley, who is currently nursing a pectoral injury.
Coleman was traded from the Browns to the 49ers in exchange for a 2019 seventh-round pick, the 49ers' official site reports.
Coleman was selected in the third round of the 2016 draft before appearing in 23 games with the Browns throughout the past two seasons. He started all 16 games at right tackle during his sophomore campaign in 2017.
Coleman (concussion) is active Sunday against the Jaguars.
Though Coleman appears to have cleared concussion protocol after logging a limited practice Friday, he's not in line for many snaps as the team's backup offensive tackle.
Coleman (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Coleman is a backup tackle behind starters Spencer Drango and Zach Banner and likely won't be in store for many snaps on offense if he's cleared to play Sunday.
Coleman (concussion) did not participate during Thursday's practice.
Coleman missed his second consecutive practice after sustaining a concussion in Week 10. Nonetheless, head coach Hue Jackson remained confident the right tackle will be able to play Sunday versus the Jaguars.
Coleman (concussion) missed practice Wednesday.
Coleman entered concussion protocol after being injured Sunday against the Lions. It looks like he's a long shot to face Jacksonville, leaving Zach Banner to fill in for the 25-year-old.
Coleman was placed in concussion protocol after being injured during Sunday's game against the Lions, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
The Browns will have to call upon rookie Zach Banner to fill in at the right tackle position if Coleman can't recover by Week 11.
Coleman is being evaluated for a concussion during the second half of Sunday's game against the Lions.
Coleman's availability for the remainder of the contest remains up in the air, while rookie Zach Banner will fill in at right tackle in the meantime.
Coleman (knee) is listed as active ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Texans.
Coleman was expected to suit up, and he'll continue to man the right tackle position Sunday.
Coleman (knee) did not practice Thursday but expects to play Sunday against the Texans, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Coleman injured his knee in practice Wednesday, but it looks like his absence Thursday is just a precautionary measure by the Browns. Barring a setback between now and Sunday, expect the the right tackle to be on the field in Houston.