Baltimore Ravens Fire QB Coach Jim Zorn: What This Move Means for the Team

February 1, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In what came as a shock to many last Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens announced they were relieving Jim Zorn of his duties as quarterbacks coach, and rewarding offensive coordinator Cam Cameron with larger oversight of Zorn’s old post. Owner Steve Bisciotti also alluded to head coach John Harbaugh playing more of a part in the Ravens offense in 2011, something Harbaugh hasn’t done during his tenure in Baltimore.
This latest coaching shakeup by the Ravens front office is controversial on many levels, and isn’t sitting well with most Ravens fans around the world. However, it’s one thing to upset your fan base, but it’s a whole other story when your franchise quarterback, Joe Flacco, feels as if the move to fire Zorn was a direct attack on his progress as an NFL quarterback.
“I’m kind of taking it personal,” Flacco said. “You’re saying that you’re not happy with the position. I’m not sure if there is any truth...

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