Offensive Quality Control Coach/Defense Special Projects
10th Year in the NFL • 2nd Year with the Bills
Marc Lubick is in his second year with the
Buffalo Bills and his first as the team’s offensive
quality control coach/defense special projects.
Prior to coming to Buffalo, Lubick spent two seasons (2015-16) as the
assistant wide receivers coach for the Denver Broncos, winning Super Bowl
50. In his first season with the Broncos in 2015, Lubick assisted a wide
receivers group with a pair of 1,000-yard receivers (Demaryius Thomas
and Emmanuel Sanders). In 2014, he was Vanderbilt University’s wide
receivers coach. Lubick spent the 2010-13 seasons with the Houston
Texans, where he served as an offensive assistant from 2010-11, before
moving to the team’s assistant wide receivers coach from 2012-13.
Lubick hails from Bozeman, Mont., and played football at Fort Collins High
School before spending four seasons at Montana State, playing safety. His
father, Sonny, is considered the most successful head football coach in
Colorado State University history after compiling a 108-74 record in 15
seasons. Additionally, his brother, Matt, is the co-offensive coordinator/
wide receivers coach at the University of Washington. Lubick has a wife,
LUBICK’S COACHING HISTORY
Buffalo Bills 2018 Offensive Quality Control Coach/
Defense Special Projects
Buffalo Bills 2017 Offensive Quality Control/Asst. QBs
Denver Broncos 2015-16 Asst. Wide Receivers
Houston Texans 2012-13 Asst. Wide Receivers
Houston Texans 2010-11 Offensive Asst.
St. Louis Rams 2003-04 Scouting Asst.
Vanderbilt 2014 Wide Receivers
Colorado State 2009 Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator
Colorado State 2008 Tight Ends
Colorado State 2005-07 Wide Receivers
Colorado State 2002 Academic Graduate Asst.
Colorado State 2000-01 Defensive Student Asst.
Wide Receivers Coach
37th Year in the NFL • 1st Year with the Bills
Terry Robiskie begins his first year with the
Buffalo Bills as the team’s wide receivers
Robiskie spent two seasons (2016-17) with the Tennessee Titans, serving
as the offensive coordinator. In his first season with the Titans, the offense
ranked 11th in the league, the highest ranking since 2004. The offensive
line, under Robiskie’s watch, also boasted a large decrease in sacks
allowed, jumping from 32nd in the previous season to seventh overall.
Prior to his time with the Titans, he spent eight seasons (2008-15) as the
wide receivers coach for the Atlanta Falcons. With Robiskie’s guidance,
wide receiver Julio Jones set a franchise record for receiving yards
(1,871) in the 2015 season. He also played a part in developing receiver
Roddy White, who would become the franchise leader in receptions
(808), receiving yards (10,863) and touchdowns (63).
Selected by the Raiders in the eighth round of the 1977 NFL Draft,
Robiskie entered the NFL as a running back. He went on to play for five
seasons, three with the Raiders and two with the Miami Dolphins, before
transitioning into coaching.
Robiskie grew up in Lucy, La., about 25 miles from New Orleans. A
four-year letter winner for Louisiana State University (LSU), Robiskie was
selected as a first-team All-SEC running back his senior year. During his
collegiate career, he was the first LSU running back to run for over 1,000
yards in a season and the first LSU running back to run for over 2,500
yards in a career. He is a member of the New Orleans Sports Hall of
Fame, as well as the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. Robiskie and his wife,
Cynthia, have three sons named Brian, Andrew and Kyle.
ROBISKIE’S COACHING HISTORY
Buffalo Bills 2018 Wide Receivers
Tennessee Titans 2016-17 Offensive Coordinator
Atlanta Falcons 2013-15 Assistant Head Coach and
Atlanta Falcons 2008-12 Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins 2007 Wide Receivers
Cleveland Browns 2005-06 Wide Receivers
Cleveland Browns 2004 Offensive Coordinator and
Interim Head Coach
Cleveland Browns 2001-03 Wide Receivers
Washington Redskins 2000 Passing Game Coordinator and
Interim Head Coach
Washington Redskins 1999 Passing Game Coordinator
Washington Redskins 1994-98 Wide Receivers
Los Angeles Raiders 1989-93 Offensive Coordinator
Los Angeles Raiders 1988 Tight Ends
Los Angeles Raiders 1985-87 Assistant Running Backs
Los Angeles Raiders 1982-84 Special Teams Assistant
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