On Wednesday, the Buffalo Bills announced that they’ve hired former Titans OC Terry Robiskie as their new WRs coach.
Alex Marvez reports that the Bills have interviewed former Titans OC Terry Robiskie and former Cowboys WRs coach Jimmy Robinson for their receivers coach vacancy.
Marvez adds that Robiskie is also in contention for “at least one” other assistant job with an NFL team.
Robiskie, 63, is a former eighth-round pick of the Raiders back in 1977. He played five years in the NFL for the Raiders and Dolphins before taking a coaching job with the Raiders in 1982 as a special teams assistant.
Since then, Robiskie has worked for the Redskins, Browns, Dolphins and Falcons before Mike Mularkey hired him as the Titans’ offensive coordinator in 2016.
Tennessee elected to move on from Robiskie and two other assistants after hiring Mike Vrabel as their next head coach.
In 2017, Robiskie’s offense ranked No. 23 in total yards, No. 19 in points scored, No. 15 in rushing yards and No. 23 in passing yards.