Hall of Fame receiver Steve Largent said during a radio interview Tuesday that Redskins coach Jim Zorn considered resigning when owner Daniel Snyder decided Zorn would no longer call Washington’s plays.
Largent, who caught passes from his old friend for the Seattle Seahawks between 1976 and 1984, ripped the Redskins and Snyder during an interview on KJR radio of Seattle, saying he believed Snyder’s decision was an attempt to force Zorn’s resignation.
Zorn did consider resigning, Largent said, but ultimately decided not to quit on the team.
“Yes, he did consider it, and no, he did not want to give up those responsibilities,” Largent told KJR, “but they went to the point of pulling out his contract and saying, ‘You have got to do whatever the owner tells you to do.’ …
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