Devin Hester has mentioned multiple times this offseason that he's unsure of his role in the new offense. Well, apparently this topic came up to wide receivers coach Terry Robiskie, who had a pretty direct answer for Hester.

According to Vaughn McClure of ESPN, Robiskie simply wants his receiver's role to be winning football games.

"Tell him his role is to win a game," Robiskie told ESPN. "That's easy. Tell Devin Hester his role is to win the game. That's all. Tell him I said so."

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He wasn't done there either.

"I don't care what he is. He can be the quarterback if he wants as long as he can go out there and win the game. ... When we put him in the game, wherever we send him, go win the game. That's his role." Robiskie said.

Well, there you have it. Hester now knows his role in the offense, even if that didn't fully clarify what role we should expect to see him in during 2015.

(h/t ESPN)