Washington Post: Two days after Redskins HC Zorn said h...

Washington Post: Two days after Redskins HC Zorn said he believed
his team would not undergo sweeping changes as the organization
tries to rebound from an uneven season, Zorn's boss - Vinny
Cerrato, the team's executive VP of football operations - agreed,
saying he did not believe a wholesale overhaul of the roster is
necessary. "We have a good foundation," Cerrato said yesterday
during an interview after his season-ending media availability at
Redskins Park. Cerrato said he thought Campbell, in his 2nd full
year as a starter, "made good strides," and he cited Zorn's work
with Campbell as one of the best aspects of Zorn's rookie season
as a HC. But when asked if he was comfortable with Campbell as the
QB of the future in Washington, he was noncommittal. "I think that
Jason will be back," he said during his press conference. "He's
the starting QB, you know? And I think what you do is you just go
year to year, and you have to evaluate everything." Later, asked
specifically whether the club would pursue a contract extension
with Campbell - who would become a restricted free agent after the
'09 season - Cerrato said, "Everything's got to be evaluated." He
reiterated that it was too early to answer such long-term

Fantasy Impact: 
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