2010: Played in 14 games with 11 starts… Caught 29 passes for 310 yards and three touchdowns… Recorded a career-high seven receptions for 50 yards against Carolina (11/28)… Caught five passes for 82 yards at Cincinnati (12/19), including a 46-yard score from Colt McCoy in the fourth quarter for what was Robiskie’s first career touchdown… Yardage total was a career-high… Caught two passes for 35 yards against Baltimore (12/26), including a 29-yard touchdown catch from Mohamed Massaquoi… In finale vs. Pittsburgh (1/2/11), tallied two receptions for 35 yards with a 20-yard touchdown catch from McCoy to become the first Brown to have a touchdown catch in three straight games since Braylon Edwards in 2007.
2009: Appeared in 11 games with one start and caught seven passes for 106 yards… Hauled in four passes for 69 yards with a long of 43 against San Diego (12/6)… Made NFL debut in season opener against Minnesota (9/13).
College: Started 32 of 51 games at Ohio State University (2005-08)… His 127 career receptions placed him eighth on the Buckeyes’ all-time list… Ranked ninth in school history with 1,866 yards receiving… Totaled 24 touchdown catches and became the fourth player in school history to record 20 or more career touchdown receptions… Two-time Academic All-American… As a senior was a finalist for the Draddy Trophy, given to college football’s top scholar-athlete… Two-time winner of OSU’s Paul Warfield Outstanding Receiver Award… Totaled 42 receptions for 535 yards (12.7 avg.) and eight touchdowns as a senior… Racked up 55 receptions for 935 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2007… His 11 receiving scores ranked fourth on OSU’s single-season list… Also ran track at Ohio State and was part of the Buckeyes’ NCAA qualifying 4x100 relay team… Earned degree in business marketing.
Personal: Born Brian Anthony Robiskie in Los Angeles, Calif. and attended Chagrin Falls (Ohio) High School… Earned first-team All-Ohio honors as a senior… Set school career receiving records with 118 catches for 1,885 yards and 34 touchdowns… Father, Terry, was drafted in the eighth round by the Oakland Raiders in 1977 and spent five years in the NFL with Oakland (1977-79) and Miami (1980-81) as a fullback… Terry served as an assistant coach with the Browns from 2001-06 and as interim head coach for the final five games of the 2004 season… Terry was also an assistant with Oakland, Miami and Washington, and now serves as the wide receivers coach with Atlanta… Brian worked as a ball boy with the Browns while growing up… Enjoys playing golf and fishing in spare time.
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