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Meet the New Orleans Saints coaches: Cory Robinson

Robinson is entering his third season with the Saints


Cory Robinson is now in his third season with the New Orleans Saints, serving as assistant defensive backs coach. Robinson, who possesses 13 years of coaching experience, works with Senior Defensive Assistant Peter Giunta in assisting Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Coach Kris Richard in tutoring the Black and Gold cornerbacks and safeties.

In 2021, Robinson and the Saints defensive staff developed third round draft pick Paulson Adebo, who was the only Saints defender to open all 17 contests in 2021, while tying for the team lead with three interceptions, second among all National Football League rookies. Marshon Lattimore continued his improvement with a career-high 19 passes defensed, ranked third in the NFL, as he was selected to his third consecutive Pro Bowl, second under Robinson's steady guidance. New Orleans was tied for sixth in the NFL with 18 interceptions, with 16 of them coming from the secondary, with Adebo, C.J. Gardner-Johnson, Lattimore and P.J. Williams tied for the team lead with three apiece. In addition to New Orleans finishing fourth in the NFL in scoring defense (19.7 points per game) and seventh in total defense (318.2 net yards per game), the Saints gave up the third-fewest touchdown passes (20).

Cory Robinson Coaching Career

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Team Position Held Years
Calvert (Hall Baltimore, Md.) (High School) Head coach 2009-13
St. Frances (Baltimore, Md.) (High School) Head coach 2014
Toledo (College) Cornerbacks coach 2016
Temple (College) Cornerbacks coach 2017
Rutgers (College) Cornerbacks coach & passing game coordinator 2018
Maryland (College) Defensive passing game coordinator & defensive backs coach 2019
New Orleans Saints (NFL) Assistant secondary coach 2020-present

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan hosted his annual C3 Youth Football Camp for local New Orleans kids at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center on June 10, 2022.

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