It has been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride around the league for veteran wide receiver Corey Coleman over the last several months, as he has bounced around with a few different teams. However, Coleman appears to be getting another chance to latch onto an NFL team, as the New York Giants have added him to their practice squad on Thursday morning, according to Dan Duggan of The Athletic.

Coleman recently held a workout with the New York Jets, but he has made his way over to the another New York franchise with for his chance to get back into the league. It has been a struggle for him to earn a long-term stay with another NFL team since the Cleveland Browns made the decision to part ways with him back in August. In the months that have followed, he has been a part of the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots with both franchises deciding to drop him altogether.

He has struggled to show that he can be a capable wide receiver in the league beyond just his struggles with injuries. In his first two years in the league with the Browns, he had shown flashes of promise with his big-play ability and speed but that was derailed by a plethora of injuries. Coleman had a chance to be a major piece of the puzzle this year with the Browns, but his struggles catching the ball in training camp was part of the last straw that led to him being dropped by the franchise.

That said, this is another chance for him to reboot his NFL career with a fresh start. He will first have to show that he has the talent and capability to be a reliable receiving option on the practice field. If anything, the Giants will keep him in the mix to get his next shot to be on the active roster and possibly play this season.