Cowboys Hire Jimmy Robinson As New Wide Receivers Coach


The Cowboys finally filled the vacancy left by Ray Sherman at the wide receivers coaching position. Jason Garret has hired former Green Bay wide receivers coach Jimmy Robinson as assistant head coach and as the team’s new wide receiver coach. The move comes just about a week after the Packers won Super Bowl XLV against the Steelers.

Garrett and Robinson have previously worked together from 2000-2003, during their time with the New York Giants. Robinson was the team’s wide receiver coach, while Garrett was the backup quarterback.

Robinson helped develop the likes of Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, James Jones and Jordy Nelson during his time with the Packers, so let us hope he can work the same magic with Miles Austin, Dez Bryant and Roy Williams.

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