|14||Lions||L 3 - 17|
|13||@Packers||W 20 - 17|
|12||@Chargers||L 10 - 45||0||0||0|
|11||Raiders||L 21 - 23|
|10||@Chiefs||L 14 - 26|
|8||49ers||W 18 - 15|
|7||Broncos||L 10 - 45|
|6||@Vikings||L 17 - 27||1||2||2||2||0|
|5||@49ers||W 28 - 18|
|4||Seahawks||L 17 - 20||1||5||5||5||0|
|3||Bears||L 14 - 16||1||12||12||12||0|
|2||@Rams||L 0 - 34||1||1||1||1||0|
|1||Redskins||L 6 - 24|
RB FB Career
- After losing his hearing at age three, Coleman began playing football in middle school and later became the NFL’s first legally deaf offensive player.
- Has 35 career special teams tackles, including seven in seven postseason games; totaled 16 last season which ranked third in the league.
- In four NFL seasons, Coleman has served as a lead blocker for three 2,000-yard rushing teams and two individual 1,000-yard rushing seasons (Marshawn Lynch in 2013-14).
- Entered the league as a rookie free agent with Minnesota out of UCLA and won Super Bowl XLVIII with Seattle during his second NFL season.
Signed with the Minnesota Vikings as a rookie free agent on 5/4/12. Released on 8/25/12 and signed to the Seahawks practice squad on 12/5/12. Re-signed with Seattle on 1/15/13. Signed with the Falcons as a free agent on 3/21/17. Signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals on 5/10/18.