Report: Maryland CBs coach expected to leave Terps for NFL
Mike Locksley may be on the market for a new assistant soon.
Tuesday, Matt Zenitz of AL.com reported that Maryland cornerbacks coach and defensive passing game coordinator Cory Robinson is expected to take an on-field coaching job with the New Orleans Saints. The news comes as the Terrapins are entering spring practice.
Source: The New Orleans Saints are expected to hire Maryland cornerbacks coach/defensive pass game coordinator Cory Robinson for an on-field position, possibly to be their assistant defensive backs coach
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) March 3, 2020
Robinson was in his second run at Maryland. In 2015, he was the team’s director of player personnel. Before his return to College Park, Robinson served as the cornerbacks coach at Rutgers.
Per his profile on Maryland football’s website, Robinson also held the cornerbacks coach position at Temple and Toledo between his time at Maryland and Rutgers.
Maryland’s pass defense ranked last in the B1G last season and 116th nationally, surrendering over 270 yards per game through the air. The Terrapins finished the season 3-9.