Originally a second round pick (37th overall) by the Buccaneers in 2000, Coleman has played in 55 career games with 47 starts, as well as four postseason starts, in his four NFL seasons.
Coleman started all 16 games in 2003 and was part of an offense that reached all-time franchise season-highs in both total offense (340.8 ypg) and passing offense (237.8 ypg). In 2002, Coleman started in 15 of 16 regular season games and was an invaluable contributor on the offensive line as the Buccaneers captured their first Super Bowl title.
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