As minicamp kicks off around the NFL, the Bills needed to make one thing official: Keon Coleman is a Buffalo Bill.

Coleman, a 6-foot-4 wide receiver from Florida State University, was selected in the second round of the 2024 NFL Draft at 33rd overall. He is the last draft pick to sign his rookie contract, as all of the other picks signed last week.

The Louisiana native climbed into many hearts in the Mafia with his shopping tips and his willingness to ask for Wegmans chocolate chip cookies in his post-draft interview. Now, fans can enjoy Coleman in Buffalo until 2028.

Before he and his yellow puffer jacket touched down in Buffalo, Coleman had 658 receiving yards, 11 touchdowns and 50 receptions in his junior year of college along with 300 yards on 25 punt returns at Florida State. He earned All-ACC in 2023. 

Prior to playing in Florida, Coleman played two seasons of football at Michigan State and basketball in 2022. He managed 65 catches and eight touchdowns with 848 yards.

He’ll wear No. 0 for Buffalo.

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