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Cameron hires first two Dolphins assistants

The Miami Dolphins hired Terry Robiskie as their wide receivers coach and Brett Maxie as safeties coach. Keith Armstrong, the Dolphins' special teams coach the past six seasons, also signed a contract extension.

MIAMI (Jan. 24, 2007) -- The Miami Dolphins hired Terry Robiskie as their wide receivers coach and Brett Maxie as safeties coach.

Keith Armstrong, the Dolphins' special teams coach the past six seasons, also signed a contract extension.

The three will be part of new head coach Cam Cameron's staff. Cameron was hired to replace Nick Saban, who left to become coach at Alabama.

Robiskie was an assistant in Cleveland the past six seasons. He has coached in the NFL for 25 years, including two stints as an interim head coach -- with the Browns in 2004 and Washington in 2000. He played five seasons in the NFL as a running back with Oakland and Miami.

Maxie spent the past three years with Atlanta as defensive backs coach.

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