Coley has appeared in seven games over the previous two seasons with both the Vikings and Jets. At 6'0, 195-pounds, he will look to use his speed to earn a spot on the Jets' final roster next season. However, he will likely need to make an impression during training camp in order to do so.
Coley (hamstring) was waived from injured reserve Tuesday.
Coley will make his way onto waivers where he will have a chance to be claimed by another team. If he goes unclaimed, the young receiver will become a free agent.
Coley was scooped up by the Giants after he was waived by the Vikings following Week 2. While he is just a depth receiver at wideout, his primary contribution for the team was as a punt returner. Jawill Davis is the prime candidate to replace him there going forward. Coley is now set to spend the remainder of the season on the sidelines unless he and the team can come to terms on an injury settlement.
Coley (hamstring) is active for Sunday's Week 4 tilt against the Saints.
Coley's presence will be particularly welcome on an afternoon where Cody Latimer (knee) will be sidelined. The second-year receiver will bump a notch on the depth chart to the role of No. 4 wideout while also presumably fulfilling his usual return duties.
Coley (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Coley popped up on Friday's injury report with a hamstring injury. The severity of the depth wideout's injury remains undisclosed, but if Coley is sidelined for the Giants' Week 4 matchup either Odell Beckham or Sterling Shepard could see work returning punts.
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