Zac Robinson is quickly becoming one of the top offensive coordinator candidates this offseason, already landing two interviews with teams less than a week after the Rams’ season ended. In addition to the Saints, the Bears have now requested to interview Robinson for their OC job and will meet with him on Thursday, according to Albert Breer.
Robinson has been the Rams’ quarterbacks coach and pass game coordinator for the last two years and originally joined Sean McVay’s coaching staff in 2019 as the assistant quarterbacks coach.
Robinson, 37, spent four years in the NFL as a quarterback after getting drafted in the seventh round by the Patriots in 2010. After his playing days, he joined Pro Football Focus as a senior analyst.
Source: The Bears are interviewing Rams pass-game coordinator/QBs coach Zac Robinson for their offensive coordinator job today.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 18, 2024
McVay said Wednesday that the only changes he’ll make to his coaching staff this offseason are if a coach leaves for a better opportunity, indicating he doesn’t plan to fire any of his assistants.
Unfortunately, Robinson and Raheem Morris are drawing a lot of interest from teams, and Eric Henderson has already left to become USC’s co-defensive coordinator.