Rob Rubick

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Rob Rubick
Born: September 27, 1960
Newberry, Michigan
Career information
Position(s) TE
Height 6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Weight 248 lb (112 kg)
College Grand Valley State
NFL draft 1982 / Round: 12 / Pick 326
Career history
As player
1982–1988 Detroit Lions

Robin (Rob) James Rubick is a former NFL Tight End for the Detroit Lions. He attended Grand Valley State. He was drafted in the 1982 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions in the twelfth round.

As an NFL player Rubick played in 88 games, had 4 touchdowns (3 receiving, 1 rushing), 44 receptions, and 1 carry.

From 1999 to 2007, he served as the Detroit Lions studio analyst on the Detroit Sports Report, and later on Lions Live, on Fox Sports Detroit. Rubick was the radio color commentator for EMU football on WEMU from 2004-10. After leaving professional football, Rubick received master's degrees from Eastern Michigan University and Marygrove College and currently works as a physical education and health teacher at Zemmer Middle School in Lapeer, Michigan.[1] In 2010, he became the color commentator for preseason games on the Detroit Lions Television Network.[2]

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