Titans sign Brian Robiskie

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The well-traveled wide receiver Brian Robiskie has landed with his fifth team.

The Titans announced Friday that they have signed the former second-round pick after he worked out for the team this week. Robiskie was originally drafted by the Browns in 2009 and has moved from the Jaguars to the Lions and Falcons since being released by Cleveland in 2011.

Robiskie didn’t have a catch in one game with the Falcons last season and has 43 catches for 485 yards and four touchdowns over his entire career.

The Titans are set at the top of the depth chart at receiver with Nate Washington, Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter. Robiskie will vie for a spot below them, although history hasn’t shown much reason to think Robiskie is going to make an impact in the NFL.

13 responses to “Titans sign Brian Robiskie

  1. Here’s hoping he starts playing more like a 2nd round draft pick …

  2. an example of why with 90 man rosters and a lot of players who need more work how good of an idea the developmental league in the spring would be. if they get one “change” right, adding that to the mix would make the offseason less painful

  3. He might as well call it a career. The guy got cut from Atlanta and he had connections there. After all the wide receivers coach with the Falcons WAS HIS FATHER!!

  4. 43 catches-485 yards entire career lol, and he is still in the NFL, proves that if you are marginal or better than average you can carve a pretty good career out of it. No wonder players like Wallace and Harvin shoot for the stars when it comes to contract negotiations.

  5. Robiskie, veikune, and massaquoi in the 2009 second round. Thanks mangini !

  6. Let’s just say I really don’t have a lot of high hopes for this guy. For someone to be cut by the Browns and then the Jags?? That’s gotta tell you something there folks..

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