With another miserable showing by Washington's offense, there will be changes. Coach Jim Zorn has agreed to relinquish the play calling, sources close to the club said Sunday night. Zorn met with the team's vice president of football operations, Vinny Cerrato, shortly after Sunday's loss to Kansas City and agreed to Cerrato's request to give up the play calling.
Cerrato proposed the idea, it was said, to take some of the load off Zorn's shoulders. Cerrato two weeks ago proposed adding offensive consultant Sherman Lewis to help Zorn get the club out of its offensive funk, and Zorn agreed to that idea. But Lewis' addition has changed little. The question, of course, is who will replace Zorn? That will be decided at a Monday morning meeting between Zorn and Cerrato, it was said. Zorn will make the announcement later Monday.