The Robiskie Rumor Mill

Lane Adkins takes a brief look at the rumors which swirl around Browns recievers coach Terry Robiskie. Is he certain to leave if offered an offensive coordinator job? Lane Adkins provides some additional insight.

Since being hired by Butch Davis following a successful run in Washington, Browns wide receivers coach and offensive assistant coach Terry Robiskie has been viewed as a man who could be on the move.

Robiskie has been long-rumored to be atop the offensive coordinator wishlist of Marvin Lewis, the next potential head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. A 22-year veteran of the NFL, Robiskie has had the joy of experiencing the likes of Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders and recently Dan Snyder and the Washington Redskins.

An extremely qualified coach, credited with the teaching and development of the Browns young wide receiver corps, Robiskie may have some pressure placed on him about the leaving the Cleveland area, if a job offer comes his way.

From what we've been told at Bernie's Insiders, the Robiskie family enjoys the setting in their Cleveland area suburb home, and uprooting of the Robiskie family does not fit into the plans as of now. The Robiskie's have three children, one of which is a standout athlete in the area, with scholarship potential on the horizon.

If those wishes are not enough, Robiskie is believed to be quite satisfied with his position and input in the Browns offense.

Assuming rumors that are circulating in the media are correct and Marvin Lewis lands the head coaching job in Cincinnati, it won't take long to determine if the Browns are going to lose a tremendous coach and person. Robiskie's decision may not be as clear cut, however, as it has been portrayed in the media.

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