So, Rosburg declined to participate in the interview process when general manager
"It was early in the playoffs, and he mentioned that somebody was interested in talking to me," said Rosburg, who's also the Ravens' assistant head coach. "The most important thing that I had in front of me was getting our team to the
"It wasn't good for this team. So, we just focused on what we had to do. We won the first playoff game, and then we won the second playoff game, and then we won the AFC championship game, and here we are. And that's really the most important thing."
A former All-American linebacker at North Dakota State who previously coached the
Rosburg said he has no regrets about passing up the chance to talk with Bears general manager
"No, it wasn't honestly," Rosburg said when asked if it was tough for him to turn down the chance to interview. "This team is the most important thing to me right now and there is nothing that is going to get in the way of that right now, professionally speaking."