John Harbaugh dismissed The Baltimore Sun’s report that the Ravens questioned Jim Zorn’s teaching methods and feared that Zorn would become insubordinate. Habrbaugh told ProFootballTalk.com that Zorn’s departure will remain “as private as these matters can be.”
“The report initiated by The Baltimore Sun and repeated by ProFootballTalk is inaccurate and unfair to Jim Zorn. In no way does it describe Jim’s relationship with the Ravens, and that includes with his fellow coaches while here and our players.
“Jim’s departure from the Ravens will remain as private as these matters can be, but we feel it’s necessary to at least point out that this report is inaccurate. It is not true in any way, shape or form.”
Harbaugh’s comments continue a trend of confusion going through the castle. If the report was inaccurate why didn’t Harbaugh offer some insight on his departed coach? By keeping the matter private, Harbaugh allows the matter to continue to grow by insinuating that there is more to there story than there appears.
Color it any way that you like, Zorn is taking the fall for Flacco's average play. I have the feeling that the next man up will only last one season IF Jobot doesn't improve his field presence. Why is it the Ravens are snake bit when it comes to QBs?
There is a broader issue here… Harbaugh and his arrogant, throw people under the bus attitude… I wouldn't trust Harbaugh for anything… He's conning so many people but alot of folks are starting to see what he really is, a snake in the grass…
I wouldn't want Harbaugh as a friend, coworker, boss, or teammate. He is as cunning as they come. So, instead of placing the blame for the offense where it belongs — on Harbaugh and Cameron — they fired Matsco and Zorn. Terrific…
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