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The Buffalo Bills made it official on Wednesday, signing first-rounder Keon Coleman to his rookie deal.

The move completes the Bills’ rookie class, as all of the team’s 2024 draftees have now been signed to their new contracts.

Buffalo announced Coleman’s signing with a post on X, the website formerly known as Twitter.

“Officially official,” the team posted.

Coleman, a standout wide receiver from Florida State, is expected to help provide a boost for star quarterback Josh Allen. He performed brilliantly with both the Seminoles and the Michigan State Spartans, where he first went to college before transferring. Coleman has already won over Buffalo fans with his humorous and upbeat personality. Now imagine what happens when he gets on the field.

The Bills will look different on offense this year after trading Stefon Diggs and losing Gabe Davis to free agency. But with Allen under center, the team hopes for similar success from the past few seasons. Buffalo was a consistent playoff contender for the past few years, but couldn’t get past vaunted Kansas City oftentimes. The Bills fell to the Chiefs this past year again, this time in Buffalo after crushing defeats in KC previously.

[Buffalo Bills on X]

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