The Buffalo Bills hired Terry Robiskie as the team's wide receivers coach, the team announced Wednesday.
The move comes one day after the Chargers announced that receivers coach Phil McGeoghan left the Bills to take the same job in Los Angeles.
Robiskie has been coaching in the NFL for the last 36 seasons, including the past two years as offensive coordinator with the Tennessee Titans. He also served as the interim head coach with the Washington Redskins in 2000 and the Cleveland Browns in 2004.
The 63-year-old Robiskie will be tasked with improving the play of a wide receiver cast that includes 2017 in-season trade acquisition Kelvin Benjamin and 2017 second-round pick Zay Jones. Fellow wideouts Jordan Matthews and Deonte Thompson are headed for free agency.
Buffalo averaged an NFL second-worst 176.6 passing yards per game last season.
The Bulls also announced on Wednesday that they have hired Nate Breske as head athletic trainer, Luis Guilamo as director of analytics and Jeff Mueller as their new video director.
Breske was an assistant trainer with the Chicago Bears while Guilamo was an information technology consultant for the Bills last season. Mueller spent 20 seasons with the Panthers and worked with Bills general manager Brandon Beane.