Five years ago, the Cleveland Browns drafted WR Brian Robiskie at No. 36 overall in the 2009 NFL Draft. Robiskie's career with the Browns was extremely disappointing -- the team has had a lot of busts, but Robiskie is right near the top of the list. Despite only having 43 catches for 485 yards and 4 touchdowns in his five-year career, though, he's not throwing in the towel just yet.
The Titans agreed to terms with WR Brian Robiskie on a one-year contract #TitanUp— Tennessee Titans (@TennesseeTitans) May 2, 2014
Since being released by the Browns in 2011, Robiskie has bounced between the Jaguars, Lions, and Falcons. Now, he'll try to latch on to a roster spot with the Tennessee Titans. Robiskie won't be able to beat out WR Nate Washington, WR Kendall Wright, or WR Justin Hunter, but after that, the competition isn't too stiff, unless they draft another receiver. The Titans parted ways with WR Kenny Britt this offseason.