Baltimore’s firing of quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn has surprisingly generated a lot of post break-up chatter, and Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn’t happy with some of it.
In a statement sent to PFT Friday, Harbaugh said the following:
“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.”
The Suns’ report said the team feared Zorn becoming “insubordinate” and questioned some of his teaching methods.
The Ravens confirmed Thursday night that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will have increased duties in 2011, including a more “hands on” approach with quarterback Joe Flacco.