The Buffalo Bills made a move Wednesday to add plenty of experience to their coaching staff.
Terry Robiskie was hired to replace Phil McGeoghan as wide receivers coach, the team announced. Robiskie, with 36 years of NFL coaching experience, replaces the 38-year-old McGeoghan, who was announced Tuesday as the new wide receivers coach for the Los Angeles Chargers.
Robiskie, 63, most recently served as the Tennessee Titans' offensive coordinator, a position he was in for the last two seasons. His coaching career began in 1982 as an assistant special teams coach for the Oakland Raiders. He has also worked for the Redskins, Browns, Dolphins and Falcons, including stints as the interim head coach in both Washington and Cleveland. He has eight years of experience as an offensive coordinator.
Robiskie had a five-year career as a running back for the Raiders and Dolphins after playing collegiately at LSU.