Thursday, July 17, 2008

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Drew Coleman Update

Fan Nation had this to say about Drew "lock down corner" Coleman:

Before the NFL after transferring from Trinity Valley Community College following the 2003 season, Coleman played his final two seasons at TCU, where he posted 49 tackles and five INTs for the Horned Frogs. He was drafted by New York in the 2006 draft; he played in all 17 games (playoff apperance) and developed into a solid special teams tackler. He began to make a name for himself when he had a key forced fumble against the New England Patriots on the first game of the Jets 07 season.

In 2007 he was a regular on special teams and later in the season was included in some defensive packages for the Jets, including getting his first INT vs the Miami Dolphins on December 2nd 2007 and forcing a fumble during a sack on the last game of the Jets 07' season vs. Kansas City Chiefs QB, Brodie Croyle. Coleman seems to be working his way out of a shell and developing into a good NFL player although most of the attention was on Revis last year, Coleman should be a good keeper for New York.