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Bills name Terry Robiskie receivers coach


It didn't take long for the Bills to fill their vacant receivers coach position. Buffalo hired veteran NFL coach Terry Robiskie to fill the role naming him to the post on Wednesday.

Robiskie, 63, has been an NFL coach for the last 36 seasons. For 19 of those seasons he has been a receivers coach, with his longest stint coming with the Atlanta Falcons (2008-2015) where he developed the likes of Roddy White and Julio Jones.

He was most recently with the Tennessee Titans where he served as offensive coordinator, a post he has held with two other NFL clubs (Cleveland, Oakland).

Robiskie's longest coaching tenure was with the Raiders where he spent 12 seasons (1982-1993), reaching the playoffs seven times with four division titles and a Super Bowl title (XVIII).

The veteran coach replaces Phil McGeoghan, who made a lateral move to Los Angeles where he'll serve as receivers coach for the Chargers.

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