The Falcons may be looking for a wide receivers coach for the first time since 2008, as reports surfaced Monday that Terry Robiskie might join Mike Mularkey’s coaching staff with the Tennessee Titans.
Mularkey would not confirm the report and instead said Robiskie would be one of three people to interview for the offensive coordinator’s job. Robiskie worked with Mularkey in Atlanta when both were on Mike Smith’s coaching staff.
Robiskie has also coached with the Dolphins, Browns, Redskins and Raiders. He was the interim head coach with the Redskins in 2000 and with the Browns in 2004.
Robiskie has been highly influential in the development of Roddy White as one of the best receivers in the NFL over the last several years. He’s also helped Julio Jones become arguably the best receiver in the league.
It was believed Dan Quinn’s entire coaching staff would return for the 2016 season. If Robiskie does leave, it would be the first time since Quinn became coach he would have to replace someone on his coaching staff.
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