Acquired: Signed as a free agent on June 4, 2013.
2015: On the Eskimos practice roster. Activated in Week 10 and in one game (one start) Coleman played at left tackle.
2014: Coleman started two games at right tackle before sustaining a dislocated right elbow during the Week 2 victory over Hamilton. He made his return to the lineup in the West Semi-Final against Saskatchewan, starting at right tackle. Coleman also started at right tackle in the West Final against Calgary.
2013: Coleman started 18 games at left tackle. He was the only Eskimo offensive lineman to start every game in the same position.
Pro: Coleman spent time on the practice rosters of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets (2008); IFL’s RiverCity Rage and CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2009); AFL’s Chicago Rush (2010); UFL’s Virginia Destroyers (2011); and AFL’s Orlando Predators and New Orlean’s Voodoo (2011-13).
College: A three-year starter at Mississippi Valley State, Coleman earned two consecutive all-Southwestern Athletic Conference honours. In his final two years, at left tackle, he registered 186 knockdowns, including 17 touchdown-resulting blocks and allowed just 2.5 sacks. During his senior year, he led the conference in knockdowns with 103.
Personal: Coleman is the son of former NFL linebacker Michael Coleman who played for Washington and New Orleans.