Jerry Rosburg, now in his 40th season coaching, has guided an exceptional special teams group over his 10 years (2008-17) with the Ravens. Specifically in the past six seasons (2012-17), the Ravens' special teams units have consistently been acknowledged as one of the league's best. In 2017, Football Outsiders named the Ravens' unit No. 1 overall. The ranking is the NFL's eighth highest in a season since 1986. Also, in the annual special teams report from senior NFL writer Rick Gosselin, Baltimore has ranked in the NFL's Top 5 for six-straight seasons, including first in 2015. (Gosselin's report is recognized by NFL teams as a special teams measuring stick.) Overall, no other NFL team has been in the Top 5 (or Top 10) in each of the past six seasons (see chart at right). During Rosburg's tenure in Baltimore, the Ravens have produced the NFL's No. 1 kickoff return average (25.4), once again leading the league (27.5) in 2017. In the past seven seasons (2011-17), Baltimore has produced 10 total kick return TDs (5 PR & 5 KOR), ranking as the NFL's second most (tied, KC). Under Rosburg's direction, six Ravens have earned Pro Bowl honors, including K Justin Tucker and LS Morgan Cox (twice each) and P Sam Koch.
Practice Report: Cornerbacks Step Up After Rock Ya-Sin Leaves Early
Cornerbacks Arthur Maulet, Jalyn Armour-Davis and Marlon Humphrey all displayed their playmaking skills during Wednesday's practice.
News & Notes: Rock Ya-Sin Leaves Practice With Injury
John Harbaugh says there is a point when J.K. Dobbins' absence becomes a problem. The blocking philosophies haven't changed. Offensive line teammates and Joe D'Alessandris weigh in on Sala Aumavae-Laulu.
Jerry Rosburg's Son Has Signed an NHL Contract
Jerad Rosburg starred at Michigan State and has now signed with the Dallas Stars. The defenseman will report to the American Hockey League's Texas Stars.
Coaches and Players Surprise Jerry Rosburg With Farewell Tribute
The Ravens sent longtime Special Teams Coordinator Jerry Rosburg into retirement with a surprise tribute organized by coaches and players.
Ravens Special Teams Coordinator Jerry Rosburg to Retire
After 40 years in coaching, Jerry Rosburg will retire and Assistant Special Teams Coach Chris Horton will take over. Randy Brown will become full-time.
Late for Work 12/8: Will Ravens Stamp Themselves as Legit Contenders? 51 Ravens-Steelers Picks
Ravens-Chargers AFC Championship? Mike Florio says it isn't as crazy as it sounds. Ryan Shazier underwent surgery. C.J. Mosley was upgraded to a full participant, indicating he'll play. Could Jerry Rosburg become a head coach target? Thoughts on offseason cornerback moves, an unsung hero and playoff tiebreakers.
Jerry Rosburg Is a 'Gruden Grinder' and Leader of Ravens' Elite Special Teams
Ravens Special Teams Coordinator Jerry Rosburg joked about getting the spotlight on Monday Night Football, but he's more than deserving after years of continued success.
Training Camp: Day 3 Transcripts
Special Teams Coordinator/Associate Head Coach Jerry Rosburg, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Marty Mornhinweg & Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees
Jerry Rosburg: We Need To Fix Special Teams Miscues
The Ravens have allowed big returns in back-to-back weeks, and Special Teams Coordinator Jerry Rosburg is determined to get it corrected.
Ravens Training Camp Transcripts: Day 3
Special Teams Coordinator/Associate Head Coach Jerry Rosburg, Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees & Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman
Eisenberg: The Ravens' Recipe For Success In 2016
Now that NFL rosters are essentially set, teams are switching their focus to finding the best strategy to win football games in 2016. Here's what Baltimore's should look like.
Why Ravens Are Special On Special Teams
There's a strong argument that Baltimore has the best unit in the NFL, and it starts at the top.
Late For Work 11/19: Just As Ravens Tight Ends Trio Heats Up, This Happens ...
Cost to franchise Tucker. Rosburg a bright spot. Chances of losing out. Concern for Rams' dirty hits?
John Harbaugh Strongly Denies Deflategate Reports
The Ravens head coach made a clear distinction between kicking balls and deflated balls.