Baltimore’s success on special teams speaks a lot to the job general manager Ozzie Newsome has done assembling depth on his rosters over the years, but it also has a lot to do with Rosburg’s excellent coaching. He may be best-known as a bit player in the Deflategate mess, but more should be said about his football acumen. Rosburg was hired by the Ravens in 2008, and since then Baltimore has the league’s top kick return average and the second-most kick return touchdowns, ranking in the top three in Football Outsiders’ special teams metrics in each of the last four seasons. Rosburg also brought undrafted free agent kicker Justin Tucker to the team in 2012, and Tucker is currently the second-most accurate kicker in NFL history, with 130 of 148 field goals made over four seasons. Before his time in Baltimore, Rosburg also coached top-ranked special teams units in Atlanta and Cleveland.