Acquired: Signed as a free agent on June 4, 2013
2014: Coleman started two games at right tackle before being placed on the 6-game injured list in Week 3.
2014 Playoffs: Coleman made his return to the lineup in the Western Semi-Final against Saskatchewan and started at right tackle.
2013: Coleman started 18 games at left tackle this season. Coleman was the only Eskimo offensive lineman to start each game of the 2013 season in the same position on the offensive line.
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 Coleman 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 the Redskins and Saints.