Robinson hired by Dallas Cowboys

Jimmy Robinson has been hired as receivers
coach for the Dallas Cowboys, joining their staff less than a week
after coaching for the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl.
Robinson, who spent the past five seasons in Green Bay, replaces
Ray Sherman. Robinson also gets the title of assistant head coach
with the Cowboys.
Sherman was the receivers coach the past four seasons and
interviewed for the Cowboys' head coaching vacancy after the
season. Jason Garrett became the head coach and Sherman's contract
as an assistant coach wasn't renewed.
Robinson has been an NFL assistant for 21 years after six
seasons as a player. He has coached for Atlanta (1990-93),
Indianapolis (1994-97), the New York Giants (1998-2003), New
Orleans (2004-05) and Green Bay.