Troy Rothenbuhler begins his first season with the Cardinals as offensive quality control coach after he joined the coaching staff on 2/14/18.
He is in his first season in the NFL after working the past 25 years in college. Rothenbuhler coached the last seven seasons (2011-17) as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Findlay. While at Findlay, Rothenbuhler helped the Oilers average 30+ points per game in six straight years, including averaging 44.5 points per game in 2017. He had three players nominated for the Harlon Hill Trophy, the award given to the nation's MVP in Division II.