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Report: Atlanta Falcons Hire Former Oklahoma State Quarterback Zac Robinson as Offensive Coordinator

Robinson continues to climb the NFL coaching ladder.




A former Cowboy continues to climb the NFL coaching ladder.

Zac Robinson is set to be the Atlanta Falcons’ next OC, according to a report by NFL insider Ian Rapoport.

Robinson played at Oklahoma State from 2006-09, where he threw for 8,317 yards and 66 touchdowns and rushed for 1,858 yards and 22 scores. He still ranks in the top five in myriad QB career lists at OSU, including third in rushing yards as a QB and second in TDs responsible for.

The record-setting Oklahoma State QB was drafted in the seventh round by the New England Patriots in 2010 and spent time with the Seattle Seahawks, the Detroit Lions and the Cincinnati Bengals.

In 2019, he was hired as the assistant quarterbacks coach by the Los Angeles Rams. He spent 2020 as the Rams’ assistant wide receivers coach before switching back to coaching quarterbacks in 2021. He has been the Rams’ QB coach and passing game coordinator the past two seasons.

Robinson was the “top choice” of new Falcons head coach Raheem Morris, per Rapoport. Morris landed the head coaching job this offseason after three years as the Rams’ defensive coordinator where he coached alongside Robinson.

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