Look, even I can't make this shit up. Per Hometown Annapolis which alleges to be the web site of The Capital:
"When I got the news I was even going to get interviewed, I couldn't even get it out to my wife. I was like, "Ack, ack,' " Zorn said. "She said, "What's wrong?' I couldn't get it out for a few seconds that I was going to be interviewed for the head coaching position now. We just kind of went, "Can you believe it?'"
"I really did have a good feel for what was being offered to me in Seattle," Zorn said. "I could be a football coach there for as long as I wanted. But I knew that I was not in line to be elevated, and that was something that I had been working for for a long time. So I chose this opportunity when it came. But I didn't go in and say, "OK, here is (Washington's) deal, do you have anything better for me?' It had already been past that and I was clear that there wasn't."
Briefly related, John Czarnecki is covering the combine and has a few Redskins tidbits. The first:
Also, speculation on John's part but interesting nonetheless. We might have had a Seattle head coach not-named Jim Zorn: