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Mon, 19 Oct 2009 09:35:26 -0700
Updating a previous item, The Associated Press reports Washington Redskins offensive consultant Sherman Lewis will take over the playcalling duties from head coach Jim Zorn. The Redskins are averaging just 13.2 points per game this season.
Mon, 19 Oct 2009 06:48:52 -0700
Rick Maese and Jason Reid, of The Washington Post, report Washington Redskins offensive consultant Sherman Lewis is expected to assume playcalling duties from head coach Jim Zorn, according to two sources.
Tue, 06 Oct 2009 14:16:52 -0700
Ryan O'Halloran, of The Washington Times, reports the Washington Redskins have hired former NFL offensive coordinator Sherman Lewis as a consultant.
Thu, 13 Jan 2005 22:30:45 -0800
Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Sherman Lewis, who will retire at the end of January, refuted a recent story that suggested he was forced out as coordinator; and secondly, that he wrote letters to management expressing his doubts regarding QB Joey Harrington's long-term development, reports Jay Clemons of DetroitLions.com. "The suggestion that I sent letters to Mr. Ford, Bill Ford and [general manager Matt Millen] regarding [QB Joey Harrington] is ludicrous," Lewis said. "I did not send any letters as indicated. To insinuate that my retirement is anything but my desire is equally absurd. No one in the organization knew anything about my retirement until the day after the Tennessee game when I informed [head coach Steve Mariucci] of my intent to retire and spend more time with my family."
Mon, 03 Jan 2005 20:30:46 -0800
SportsTicker.com reports Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Sherman Lewis will retire at the end of January. Lewis, who has been with the Lions since 2002, has been an NFL assistant for 22 seasons. "He's a Detroit Lion forever, and we're going to miss him," said head coach Steve Mariucci, who started coaching with Lewis in Green Bay in 1992. "He's a great man and a heck of a coach."
Mon, 17 Feb 2003 15:29:17 -0800
Updating previous stories, DetroitLions.com reports Detroit Lions head coach Steve Mariucci has retained Sherman Lewis as offensive coordinator.
Wed, 05 Feb 2003 20:50:01 -0800
DetroitLions.com reports Detroit Lions coach Steve Mariucci said we would meet one-on-one with all of the members of the current Lions staff, but has already met with John Marshall and current offensive coordinator Sherman Lewis. "I talked to Sherm Lewis and John Marshall today mainly because I have worked with them before in the NFL," Mariucci said. "I also talked with (Assistant to the head coach) Phil Stearns and just spoke briefly with some of the other assistants and told them I would meet with them tomorrow (Thursday).
Mon, 13 Jan 2003 11:41:28 -0800
As expected, the AP reports the Detroit Lions have promoted Sherman Lewis to offensive coordinator. He also will coach the wide receivers.
Thu, 09 Jan 2003 01:02:00 -0800
The Detroit News reports the Detroit Lions’ vacant wide receivers coaching position should be filled from within their current staff. Sherman Lewis is the likely replacement. Lewis joined the team last year as a general offensive assistant.
Tue, 07 Jan 2003 09:03:22 -0800
The Detroit News reports Detroit Lions special offensive assistant Sherman Lewis, who was hired in 2002 because of his knowledge of the West Coast offense and spent 10 seasons as offensive coordinator in Green Bay and Minnesota, is the top candidate to replace offensive coordinator Maurice Carthon.
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