KURT COLEMAN RUMORS & GOSSIP
I wish I knew how to quit him….
But it’s all over now. Reserve safety and special teams ace Kurt Coleman is no longer an Eagles. Coleman has signed a 1-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings—probably for the league veteran minimum, but nevertheless a fresh start for the 5-11, 195-lb. athlete who was drafted by the Eagles in 2010 in the 7th round out of Ohio State.
I always admired...
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According to Adam Schefter, the Minnesota Vikings have signed Free Safety, Kurt Coleman who was a former Philadelphia Eagle.
He visited the Jets, Colts and Vikings this off-season, and chose the Vikings as his destination.
Coleman played a primary role on the Eagles defense in both the 2011 and 2012 seasons, but found himself...
Career Stats: 4 Years in league | 221 Tackles | 7 Interceptions | 2 Forced Fumble
Coleman joins the Vikings after 4 years with Philly and 29 games started. The former 7th round pick has been and off and on starter for the Eagles and at times shown some promise putting up 4 INTs and 78 tackles in his 2nd year in the league. Last year his time was cut due to the signing of Patrick...
A day after a free agent visit with the Minnesota Vikings, former Eagles safetly Kurt Coleman has reached an agreement with the team, according to ESPN:
THIS JUST IN: Former Eagles safety Kurt Coleman has agreed to terms with the Vikings. pic.twitter.com/INmMQStQCO
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) April 14, 2014
Ben Goessling of ESPN reported yesterday that Coleman had left his meeting...
The Minnesota Vikings offered former Philadelphia Eagles safety Kurt Coleman a contract after meeting with the free agent on Wednesday and Thursday, according to a league source, but Coleman is still weighing his options.
The Vikings confirmed Coleman's free-agent visit on Friday morning, which meant the safety had left the facility without a contract.
Coleman had met with...
Former 7th round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles, Kurt Coleman is set to visit with the Indianapolis Colts today as was reported by Ian Rapoport yesterday.
Coleman was drafted by the Eagles in 2010, when Ryan Grigson was still working in Philadelphia so there are some former connections there.
During his first four seasons in the NFL Coleman appeared in 59 games, starting in 29 of...
With all of the different rules that defensive backs have to abide by, playing cornerback and safety in the NFL is one of the tougher tasks in sports. You can only put your hands on receivers within the first five yards of the line of scrimmage. You can’t make contact with them before they touch the ball. If you don’t turn around and look at the ball on a pass thrown your...
The NFL has implemented a number of new rules over the past several seasons, most of which attempt to place an emphasis on player safety. If you watched Sunday’s game between the Eagles and Steelers, you may have found yourself thinking the league has to create a rule about throwing an opponent’s shoe. That’s right, a shoe-throwing regulation.
As you can see, Philadelphia...
CLEVELAND - The gashes are a souvenir from a game he'll remember.
And, yes, Kurt Coleman remembers it.
"I didn't have a concussion," Coleman said. "My head was fine."
In the first quarter of Sunday's season opener in Cleveland, the Eagles safety got trucked -- there's no better way to say it -- by Browns rookie Trent Richardson. It'll be...
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If you happen to be looking for the first big hit of the NFL season, check out this collision between Cleveland Browns rookie Trent Richardson and Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Kurt Coleman. Watch as Richardson trucks Coleman and send his helmet flying nearly 10 yards from the end of the play: