Bills' OC Joe Brady and Keon Coleman build early chemistry in rookie minicamp

Joe Brady and Keon Coleman working together early on should have Buffalo Bills fans excited.
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The Buffalo Bills hosted their rookie minicamp where we will start to see how the invited rookies (both drafted and undrafted) perform early on before we get into OTAs and training camp. One of the biggest storylines surrounding the Bills coming out of the NFL Draft was the Bills trading back twice in the first round and selecting Florida State wide receiver Keon Coleman with the first pick of the second round.

Since Coleman was officially drafted by Buffalo, he has become social media entertainment and is getting the attention of Bills Mafia. He has big shoes to fill right out of the gate with the departure of Gabe Davis and Stefon Diggs this past offseason, but Coleman has a great situation because of Josh Allen being his quarterback.

In addition to having Allen throw him the ball, Keon Coleman will also benefit from having offensive coordinator Joe Brady as his play-caller. Brady stepped in as the interim offensive coordinator in the middle of the season last year after Ken Dorsey was fired. Brady took advantage of his opportunity, helping the Bills’ offense get out of their slump in the middle of the season, and was made the official offensive coordinator. 

Brady and Coleman are already building up chemistry with each other.

Alex Brasky reported that the Bills’ rookie wideout and Brady “were attached at the hip” during Buffalo’s rookie minicamp.

Seeing this from Brasky, who was in attendance for the Bills’ rookie minicamp should excite Bills fans as Brady has the ability to make him a dangerous playmaker for Josh Allen. The Allen-to-Coleman duo should be an exciting combo to watch this season and with Brady working early on with Coleman could be a preview as to what will come when the Bills take the field for Week 1 of the regular season.