EAST RUTHERFORD — Corey Coleman never lost confidence, only comfort.
So it’s no surprise that, when the former first-round pick walked into the Giants’ field house as one of the last players to arrive during media interview sessions last week, he did so with a huge grin on his face.
“Sorry, just got done dominating everyone in there in ping-pong,” Coleman told NorthJersey.com and USA TODAY Network Northeast, cracking a smile while sliding his backpack off his shoulders. Seemingly all the weight he’s carried for the last year while trying to find his way back into a good spot in the NFL is gone.
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This is another chance to finally show he can be as good as observers believed he could three years ago, and any angst he may have felt has been replaced by a satisfying ease with which he is approaching what would be a comeback story worth appreciating and, if realized, celebrating.
Because the Giants have started seeing glimpses of the Corey Coleman he was supposed to be.
“The way he’s working every day, the sky’s the limit for Corey, I’ll tell…