Coleman was an undrafted free agent in 2015 when the New England Patriots picked him up. After two seasons with the Patriots, New England decided to trade him to the Seattle Seahawks this offseason. And the Seahawks are certainly glad they have him now.
In the second quarter of the Seahawks’ match-up with the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night, Coleman broke on a lazy pass, picked it off, and took it to the house.
Here’s the huge play by the former Vol:
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) October 2, 2017
That play was Coleman’s first ever interception in the NFL, and he did it in style.
In three seasons in the NFL, Coleman has 33 tackles, nine passes defended, and now that interception return for a touchdown. Coleman played in 20 games for New England and has played in all four games this season for the Seahawks so far.
As a Vol, Coleman totaled 157 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss, 22 passes defended, and five interceptions. Coleman also returned an interception for a touchdown in his Tennessee career, taking an interception 23 yards for a score during the 2013 season.