Justin Gilbert, the last remaining vestige of a 2014 Cleveland Browns draft class that will go down as one of the worst in franchise history (not an easy title to claim), is having another rough training camp. Last season, when the Browns held a joint practice with the Buffalo Bills, Gilbert was continually hung out to dry in one-on-one drills when he was unable to do the simple, necessary task of staying with the wide receiver. Fast forward a year later, and there have already been reports of Gilbert being burned by former-quarterback-and-almost-wide-receiever Terrelle Pryor on multiple occasions. Then, matched up against the Browns 2016 first round pick Corey Coleman, things came to a head.
Starting at the five yard line, Coleman faked like he was going right, goading Gilbert into lunging at his waist. Coleman lurched back to his left, using a swim move to avoid Gilbert's apparent tackle attempt, and was already two steps by him by the time Gilbert recovered, hauling in an easy pass for a touchdown.
As he walked back to the huddle, Coleman had a few words for Gilbert, which probably consisted of something along the lines of "hey man, wtf are you even doing that was the easiest touchdown ive ever had plz get better," which Gilbert took exception to. The two bumped facemasks before head coach Hue Jackson separated the two.
If this is Gilbert's last stand, I can't think of a worse way to go out.