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Terry Robiskie
Offensive Coordinator

Biography

Terry Robiskie enters his second season as the Titans offensive coordinator.

Robiskie, who has 35 previous years of coaching experience in the NFL, including seven seasons as an offensive coordinator, joined the Titans after spending the previous eight seasons as wide receivers coach with the Falcons.

In his first season at the helm for the Titans, the offense saw significant improvement in a number of categories while second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota posted one of the best seasons in franchise history. The offense ranked 11th in total offense, which was the highest ranking since 2004, third in rushing offense, first in red zone offense, third in third-down offense, seventh in sacks allowed (32nd in 2015).  Mariota posted a franchise-best eight consecutive games with multiple touchdown passes. He also recorded the third-highest passer rating in club history and his 26 passing touchdowns were fourth best. Mariota also garnered AFC Offensive Player of the Month honors for November, posting a 115.0 passer rating for the month. Running back DeMarco Murray was the leading rusher (1,287) in the AFC and third in the NFL. Three offensive players also earned Pro Bowl honors – Murray, tackle Taylor Lewan and tight end Delanie Walker.
Terry Robiskie enters his second season as the Titans offensive coordinator.

Robiskie, who has 35 previous years of coaching experience in the NFL, including seven seasons as an offensive coordinator, joined the Titans after spending the previous eight seasons as wide receivers coach with the Falcons.

In his first season at the helm for the Titans, the offense saw significant improvement in a number of categories while second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota posted one of the best seasons in franchise history. The offense ranked 11th in total offense, which was the highest ranking since 2004, third in rushing offense, first in red zone offense, third in third-down offense, seventh in sacks allowed (32nd in 2015).  Mariota posted a franchise-best eight consecutive games with multiple touchdown passes. He also recorded the third-highest passer rating in club history and his 26 passing touchdowns were fourth best. Mariota also garnered AFC Offensive Player of the Month honors for November, posting a 115.0 passer rating for the month. Running back DeMarco Murray was the leading rusher (1,287) in the AFC and third in the NFL. Three offensive players also earned Pro Bowl honors – Murray, tackle Taylor Lewan and tight end Delanie Walker.
 
Under Robiskie’s guidance in 2015, Falcons receiver Julio Jones set a franchise record for receiving yards in a season (1,871). Robiskie also played a huge role in the development of receiver Roddy White, who is the franchise leader in receptions (808), receiving yards (10,863), and touchdowns (63). In 2012, Jones and White had the highest receiving totals as a duo in the NFL, as they combined for 171 receptions for 2,549 yards and 17 touchdowns. Robiskie helped guide White and Jones to a total of seven Pro Bowls –  three for Jones (2012, ’14, ’15) and four for White (2008, ’09, ’10, ’11). Titans receiver Harry Douglas had a 1,000-yard season with the Falcons under Robiskie’s guidance in 2013.

Robiskie’s resume includes stints as offensive coordinator and interim head coach on two occasions during his NFL career.  Robiskie served as the receivers coach with the Dolphins prior to joining the Falcons, and prior to that he spent six years with the Browns, as receivers coach. He also served as offensive coordinator and went on to serve as Cleveland’s interim head coach while in Cleveland.

Robiskie previously served as the receivers coach and passing game coordinator for the Redskins, and he also spent time as Washington’s interim head coach for the final three games in 2000.

Robiskie earned his start in the NFL with the then Los Angeles Raiders in 1982, where he coached 12 seasons. He served as assistant special teams coach, assistant running backs coach, tight ends coach and offensive coordinator at different times with the Raiders. In his time with the Raiders, the team made seven playoff appearances, won four division titles and won Super Bowl XVIII over the Redskins.

A native of Edgard, La., Robiskie was a running back at Louisiana State. As a senior in 1976, he was named the SEC MVP, gaining 1,117 yards and scoring 12 touchdowns. He is a member of the New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame as well as the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. He entered the NFL as a player as an eighth-round selection by the Raiders in the 1977 NFL Draft. Robiskie played three seasons (197-79) in Oakland before finishing his career with two seasons (1980-81) in Miami.

Robiskie and his wife, Cynthia, have three sons, Brian, Andrew and Kyle.

Terry Robiskie’s Coaching Timeline:
2016-17:  Offensive Coordinator, Tennessee Titans
2008-2015:  Wide Receivers, Atlanta Falcons
2013-2014:  Assistant Head Coach & WRs, Atlanta Falcons
2008-2012:  Wide Receivers, Atlanta Falcons
2007:  Wide Receivers, Miami Dolphins
2005-2006:  Wide Receivers, Cleveland Browns
2004:  Interim Head Coach (5 games), Cleveland Browns
2004:  Offensive Coordinator, Cleveland Browns
2001-2003:  Wide Receivers, Cleveland Browns
2000:  Interim Head Coach (3 games), Washington Redskins
1999-2000:  Passing Game Coordinator, Washington Redskins
1994-1998:  Wide Receivers, Washington Redskins
1989-1993:  Offensive Coordinator, Oakland Raiders
1988:  Tight Ends, Oakland Raiders
1985-1987:  Asst. Running Backs, Oakland Raiders
1982-1984:  Asst. Special Teams, Oakland Raiders

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