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I think this organization fits me well."Coleman has had a bumpy ride so far this season.During training camp in August, the former Cleveland Browns' first-round selection out of Baylor (No. 15 overall) in the 2016 draft was unhappy with the way he was being used by Browns coach Hue Jackson and expressed his displeasure to Jackson and Browns general manager John Dorsey.The conversation between Coleman, Jackson and Dorsey was highlighted on the HBO series "Hard Knocks". Days after meeting with Jackson and Dorsey, Coleman was traded to the Buffalo Bills for a seventh-round draft pick in the 2020 draft.Coleman's tenure with the Bills was extremely brief. He lasted just two weeks and didn't make it to the final cuts by the Bills and was released Sept. 1.Ten days later, Coleman was signed by the New England Patriots, but his time with the Patriots was also brief. He was released Sept. 17 after the Patriots traded to get Coleman's former Browns teammate Josh Gordon.Three days later, Coleman was signed to the Patriots' practice squad and nine days after that, Coleman was released.Coleman was out of football for most of October after making tryout visits with several teams. Last week, Coleman was signed to the Giants practice squad and after the Giants had receivers Jawill Davis and Russell Shepard get hurt, Coleman was promoted to the active roster in time for Sunday's game.Coleman said he's ready to be a factor right away if called upon."It was frustrating to go through all of this [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-marcus-cannon-jersey]Marcus Cannon Jersey[/url] , but I had to keep the faith and keep working," Coleman said. "I felt like I would get another chance."Giants coach Pat Shurmur said that it will take some time for Coleman to fit in."We're going to try to get him up to speed," Shurmur said. "First, obviously, he'll help on special teams, then try to get him in on our offensive sets as well."When Coleman was asked if he had a poor reputation because of what transpired on "Hard Knocks", he wasn't worried."Everyone has an opinion about you," Coleman said. "A lot of people don't really know me and know the person I am. I can't change what happened. I now have a new opportunity here and I'm ready to prove to people that I belong."Everything happens for a reason. I'm not going to sit back and evaluate what happened (in Cleveland). I think I'm always going to have a chip on my shoulder. It's because I want to play. People who don't know me can't judge me."In 19 games with the Browns in the 2016-17 seasons, he had 56 catches for 718 yards and five touchdowns.Coleman wants to make his mark with his new club, albeit the fourth team he's been with since August."I think people are going to see the new version of me," Coleman said. "I feel like I'm ready to play wherever the coaches want me to play. Sometimes you just have to put your ego to the side. If it was meant for me to go to the practice squad here, then that's what I had to do."Now I have to prove that I'm worthy of being on the team. It's great to be a part of this receiving corps. It's a great opportunity."NOTES: While the Giants traded two defensive starters in cornerback Eli Apple (to the Saints) and Harrison (Lions) this week, other defensive starters didn't exactly worry about possibly being traded by the deadline. "Business is business [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-chris-hogan-jersey]Authentic Chris Hogan Jersey Salute to Service[/url] ," said cornerback Janoris Jenkins, one of those rumored to be shopped around the league. "I understand it's a business. I'll be here until they tell me differently. I'm not going to worry about what's going on." ... Rookie RB Saquon Barkley is looking forward to playing against the Redskins and Adrian Peterson. "He's a special talent," Barkley said of Peterson, who is having a solid season at age 33. "It's going to be a thrill to see him play live. He's a future Hall of Famer." The Steelers couldn’t hold their lead at home against the Patriots last year, but they found a way to get it done this time around.Pittsburgh held the Patriots to a field goal and saw rookie running back Jaylen Samuels make a pair of big plays late to help set up the final points in a 17-10 win. The win moves the Steelers to 8-5-1 on the season, ends a three game Pittsburgh losing streak and leaves them ahead of the Ravens in the race for the AFC North title.The Patriots did a good job of keeping JuJu Smith-Schuster and Antonio Brown from making plays, but Samuels broke through for big plays time and again on Sunday. He ran 19 times for 142 yards and caught two passes for 30 yards in his biggest game as a professional.One of those catches was a 20-yard gain on third-and-9 with just over three minutes to play. The throw came after Roethlisberger made some moves in the pocket and froze John Simon long enough to thread a pass over his head. Samuels picked up 15 yards on a run on the next play and the two first downs set up a Chris Boswell field goal try with 2:30 left to play.Boswell missed earlier in the game and it’s hard to imagine anyone in Pittsburgh felt comfortable about Boswell after last week’s struggles, but he put the kick through and left the Patriots in need of a touchdown to tie the game. As was the case for the entire game after their opening drive, the Patriots couldn’t get it done.Tom Brady moved the Patriots into the red zone, but a holding penalty on Shaq Mason pushed them back to the 21-yard-line. Brady fired a pair of incompletions to set up a 4th-and-15 with the game on the line. A pass toward Julian Edelman in the end zone was knocked down and the Steelers could exhale.There won’t be any relief in New England. The Mason penalty was emblematic of a sloppy day for New England that featured other holding calls and too many pre-snap penalties. They also had another scoring chance disappear when Brady’s attempted throwaway was picked off by Steelers cornerback Joe Haden and dropped passes were also an issue throughout the game.Pittsburgh took over on their 4-yard-line after that play and drove for Boswell’s field goal. That was the playmaking that the Steelers lacked last year and it’s appearance came in the nick of time this season.