Washington Redskins head coach Jim Zorn has relinquished his play-calling duties following SundayÆs loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
According to reports from ESPN.com, Zorn will meet with defacto GM Vinny Cerato Monday, and the two will decide who will call the plays from here on out.
However, in a report from The Washington Post, offensive consultant Sherman Lewis is expected to be given the reins to the struggling unit.
Lewis, the former offensive coordinator for Mike Holmgren in Green Bay, was brought on board just 12 days ago and had previously been out of the NFL for five years.
While rumors have been swirling around Zorn for weeks now, few if any speculated that he would be stripped of his play-calling duties; but actually get to remain head coach.
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