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Bills sign WR Keon Coleman to rookie contract


The Buffalo Bills have officially signed second-round selection WR Keon Coleman to his four-year rookie contract, the team announced Wednesday.

Coleman has been hard at work during the Bills OTAs and minicamp period, and now gets to put pen to paper on his first NFL contract. The Bills took Coleman with the 33rd overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, marking the highest selection for a Buffalo wide receiver since 2014.

During his junior season at Florida State, Coleman produced 11 touchdowns with 50 receptions and 658 receiving yards in his lone season at Florida State. He added 300 yards on 25 punt returns. He was named first team All-ACC in 2023.

Prior to transferring to Florida State, he played two seasons at Michigan State where he caught 65 passes for 848 and eight touchdowns. He also played for the Michigan State basketball team in 2022.

Coleman is 6-foot-3, 213 pounds and is a native of Opelousas, LA. He wears No. 0.

Buffalo's entire 2024 Draft Class has now signed their rookie contracts.

Scroll to see photos of Keon Coleman, Cole Bishop, and DeWayne Carter as they arrive for their first day as Buffalo Bills.