Coleman was placed on injured reserve Thursday with a concussion.|||||||
Coleman, who signed with the Lions before training camp, had not practiced the last few days.
Coleman is available for the upcoming game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.|||||||
Coleman and linebacker Daryl Smith passed post-concussion tests this week. The team also gave Kampman the green light after missing the last 13 games because of a knee injury. Coach Jack Del Rio says Kampman he will be available for 15 to 20 snaps.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have added another defender, agreeing to a three-year contract with Coleman.|||||||
The deal reached Friday could be worth as much as $7.4 million and gives the Jaguars their fourth defensive addition of the week. Coleman mostly played nickel back the last six years with the New York Jets and should have the same role in Jacksonville.
Coleman is listed as questionable for Sunday's playoff game at New England.|||||||
Coleman, the team's nickel back and a key special teams player, injured a knee late in practice Thursday. He did not practice Friday and reportedly had an MRI exam, which showed no serious damage.
Coleman, a restricted free agent, has signed his sixth-round tender with the New York Jets. Coleman signed the one-year tender, worth $1.176 million, on Wednesday, leaving running back-kick returner Leon Washington as the Jets' only remaining unsigned restricted free agent.|||||||
Coleman, a sixth-round pick out of TCU in 2006, started one game last season and finished with 22 tackles and four passes defensed primarily as a backup. He has 77 tackles, two sacks and an interception in four NFL seasons.