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Ravens Insider: Former Ravens special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg returning to team in new role


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Jerry Rosburg is set to return to the Ravens.

The team’s former longtime special teams coach will be back in Baltimore, according to a source with direct knowledge of the situation. NFL Network reported that he will have a role focused on game management. Rosburg, 68, was most recently with the Denver Broncos, where he served as an assistant under coach Nathaniel Hackett in 2022 and then as interim coach for two games after Hackett was fired in December of that season.

Before that, Rosburg was Baltimore’s special teams coordinator from 2008 to 2018 before retiring.

Rosburg was also the special teams coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons in 2007 and the Cleveland Browns from 2001 to 2006. He is close with Ravens coach John Harbaugh as well and attended some of the team’s practices this past season.

“He’s been the best associate head coach and the best friend that a head coach can have,” Harbaugh said of Rosburg in 2019. “Without Jerry Rosburg here, there’s no way we would have had the success that we’ve had.”

Rosburg’s relationship with Harbaugh extends back a ways. He coached with Harbaugh at the University of Cincinnati from 1992 to 1995, then joined the Ravens when Baltimore hired Harbaugh as head coach in 2008.

While in Baltimore, Rosburg helped turn the team’s special teams into one of the best in the NFL, with the Ravens’ unit ranking in the top five in each of his final seven seasons.

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