Coleman hurt his shoulder Sunday against Miami and is doubtful to return, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Coleman just signed onto the 53-man roster a little over a week ago, and he was assigned to special teams duties. A quick return would be best for Coleman if he wants to hang onto his roster spot.
Coleman spent the preseason with the Jets and then joined the team's practice squad after being waived. The 22-year-old takes the roster spot of receiver Jalin Marshall, and will likely serve as a special teams player and depth cornerback.
Coleman sustained an undisclosed injury back during the Jets' annual Green and White scrimmage. The good news is that Coleman will have a shot to earn a spot on the 53-man roster now that he's healthy, The not so good news is that his chances are still pretty slim.
Coleman has yet to return from the bone bruise he suffered early in training camp, Zach Braziller of The New York Post reports.
Coleman has been out a couple weeks now and he remains without a timetable for return. His lengthy absence doesn't bode well for his chances at making the roster, which weren't great to begin with.
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