Terry Robiskie takes over as offensive coordinator of the Tennessee Titans with a familiar face among his new players.
Titans wide receiver Harry Douglas played seven seasons under Robiskie with the Atlanta Falcons, recording a 1,000-yard season in 2013.
The veteran receiver said his younger teammates, including quarterback Marcus Mariota, will benefit from working with Robiskie.
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"He is a great guy and he makes the game of football easy for young guys,'' Douglas said. "When I came in as a rookie, he made the game of football so much more fun for me, and he makes it where you can just play the game. And the same with (Falcons receiver) Julio (Jones). And he helped Roddy (White) get on track. He'll be good for (Marcus)."
Douglas said the Tennessee offense, which finished 30th in the NFL in 2015 should also develop a clear identity under Robiskie and head coach Mike Mularkey.