Report: Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson joins Wolverines coaching staff

According to Chris Hummer of 247Sports.

Robinson enjoyed a stellar career at Michigan from 2009 to 2012. In 2010, Robinson finished sixth in voting for the Heisman Trophy, set the FBS record for rushing yards as a quarterback, and became the only player in FBS history in throwing and rushing for 1,500 yards. in a single season while earning All-American honors.

He also played a vital role in helping Michigan to an 11-2 mark in 2011 and the program’s only win over the Buckeyes before the Wolverines beat Ohio State in the 2021 season.

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After Michigan, the Jaguars drafted Robinson in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Robinson spent four seasons in Jacksonville before playing for the Atlanta Legends in the Alliance of American Football in 2018 as a running back.

However, once the AAF ended operations in 2019, Robinson joined the Jacksonville University coaching staff as an offensive analyst before becoming an offensive quality control coach for the Jaguars. in 2020.

Under former Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer, Robinson moved to the Jacksonville front office to serve as a college scouting assistant.

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