"Unfortunately, for us, the mishandled kicks have always been eight or nine yards deep in the end zone," Rosburg said after Monday's practice at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "You typically don't catch a kickoff going over your shoulder. We've been lining our guys up deep in the end zone already. It's one of those things that look dirty and you want to clean it up, but the ones I'm more concerned about are the punts. Fielding the punt is obviously more difficult. I want to see us do a better job of getting under the ball and securing the ball after the catch. Hopefully, this last game will provide us with some opportunities to do that."