Jim Zorn with no animosity for Redskins
Jim Zorn will see some familiar faces on Saturday when the Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins get their Beltway series going.
The head coach of the Redskins for the last two seasons is now serving as the quarterbacks coach for the Ravens, and if there is any animosity, he’s not showing it. The 2009 season was a slow, painful march to Zorn’s firing, and the surprise at one point was that owner Daniel Snyder didn’t push the eject button during the season.
“I got close to some of those players that are on that team, so I kind of wish them well,” Zorn said. “But we all move on. My concentration is now to help this football team win. I’m really excited about being a part of the Ravens. I don’t spend a lot of time, saying, ‘Gosh, oh, gee whiz, I’m not this or that.’ We’re all concentrating and focusing on this football team and that’s it."
“I’ve never had any animosity (whether) we should have had a party or he should have canceled something for a week because now I’m gone. What is the right way? You just get fired and you just move on. It’s how we have to handle it or we could go sit in our rooms for a few weeks and mope and feel sorry for ourselves. That’s just the way life is.”
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