Robert Prince

Wide Receivers


A seasoned veteran when it comes to working with receivers, Robert Prince joined the Lions in 2014 as the team's wide receivers coach after coaching at the college level for the previous four seasons. Since arriving to Detroit, Prince has helped the Lions produce at least one 1000-yard receiver in each of his first six seasons in Detroit, including two seasons (2014, 2017) with more than one receiver accomplishing the feat. Prince served as the offensive coordinator (2012-13) and wide receivers coach at Boise State (2011) from 2011-13 after spending six years developing offensive talent in the NFL.