Fourth-year tight end Niles Paul said success on special teams starts with the right attitude.
"Nobody's too good to be out there playing special teams," said Paul, who was a wide receiver in college. "When you're out there, take pride in what you do. It's a very valuable part of this team, and a very valuable part of the NFL. As you could see last year, a good or bad special teams can make or break a few games."