PFW: All Smooth so Far at Redskins Park

From: Pro Football Weekly

Our sources tell us that there has been far less friction in Redskins Park so far this offseason since Jim Zorn has taken over. The root of the earlier stress, we are told, was Gregg Williams, who at times seemed to undermine the authority of Joe Gibbs, creating an awkward work environment at times. Zorn, we are told, has earned the respect of the veterans and is being treated as a nice guy who is not a pushover and is both competitive and intense.


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2 Responses to “PFW: All Smooth so Far at Redskins Park”

  1. saratogan says:

    This is the most important information. This information, if true, does more to allay any concerns about how the Redskins will perform this year than any draft pick, trade, injury issue, etc. If the players respect their coach as both a person (relationship) and his philosphy (coaching skills and strategy), this goes along way to having a cohesive team.

    I would like to hear a much more in-depth report about this.

  2. Ken Linkins says:

    Well, If Zorn keeps cutting players like Sam H (QB) and keeping as a favor “his guy” (QB from Seahawks)the vets will not respect him long. One of the big problems from the past few years was Gibbs keeping players who carried their bible with them and cutting players who could play but didn’t go to prayor meetings. At the NFL level it is all about winning and I hope coach Zorn remembers that the next time we wants to do a favor.