Not long after Marc Trestman was hired as Ravens offensive coordinator in January, quarterback Joe Flacco was given a gift by his grandfather. It was a copy of Trestman's book about his nomadic coaching career and the lessons on leadership and teamwork that he learned along the way.
Flacco appreciated the gesture, but didn't exactly dive right in.
"I'm not a reader," Flacco said with a smirk. "I figured I'd get to know him on my own."
Flacco's decision provides a small glimpse into why the Super Bowl-winning quarterback has been able to handle having four offensive coordinators in as many seasons, the revolving door of play callers creating a...