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eiver Corey Coleman was included in a police report regarding an alleged felonious assault that took place New Year's Eve in Cleveland.At this time, police do not consider Coleman as a suspect, and the wide receiver's attorney, Kevin Spellacy, denied Coleman's involvement in a statement to and other media outlets. MORE: The 40 most hated Night net players of all timeAccording to the report, a man named Adam Sapp was hospitalized with a ruptured eardrum and a concussion after an incident in the lobby of a condominium building where Coleman lives. A woman who was with Sapp told police the man got "beat up" after a verbal confrontation with four men coming off an elevator at the building around 2:50 a.m. on Dec. 31. The woman then told a friend who lives at the building that Coleman was among those involved, according to the police report."My client denies participating in this incident," Spellacy said in the statement "He will fully cooperate with the appropriate authorities and looks forward to clearing his name from what has been alleged."Spellacy said he is confident video will show Coleman was not in the lobby when the assault took place. A source told that people Coleman knows may have been involved in the incident."I haven't seen the video, so I'm relying on somebody I trust," Spellacy said. "They saw the video, and they know Corey, and he was not in the elevator or in the lobby when this happened."Coleman, a first-round pick out of Baylor in last year's Night net Draft, hauled in 33 receptions for 413 yards and three touchdowns this season.

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