Hue Jackson Biography
Hue Jackson is an American football coach for the Cincinnati Bengals. He is also a former football player. He was born on October 22nd, 1965 in Los Angeles.
He played as a quarterback at Dorsey High School. He played in the college football for Glendale Community College in 1983 and 1984. He earned an associate degree in 1984. In the Mid 80s, he played under Bob Cope as a quarterback at Pacific. Hue also played basketball in 1986 and he earned his degree in physical education. He is married to Michelle and the couple has two daughters. They currently live in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hue Jackson Age
He was born on October 22nd, 1965 in Los Angeles.
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He is married to Michelle Jackson.
Hue Jackson Daughter
He has two daughters with his wife; Baylee Jackson and Jordyn Jackson.
Hue Jackson Contract | Hue Jackson Salary
He was being paid $4.75 million by the Browns but he is allegedly working for free for the Bengals. He might just be making $250,000 per year though.
Hue Jackson Past Teams Coached
He has coached the following teams;
- Cleveland Browns
- Cincinnati Bengals
- Oakland Raiders
- Arizona State Sun Devils football
- London Monarchs
- Cal State Fullerton Titans football
- Pacific Tigers football
Hue Jackson Washington Redskins
From 2001 until 2002, Jackson was the Redskins’ running backs mentor under Marty Schottenheimer and Steve Spurrier. In 2001, under Jackson’s tutelage, running back Stephen Davis scrambled for 1,432 yards, breaking the record he had set in 1999 for most hurrying yards in a season by a Redskin.
In 2002, Davis was on pace for another 1,000-yard hurrying season before enduring season-finishing damage. Jackson was elevated to the hostile facilitator in Washington by lead trainer Steve Spurrier in 2003 and took care of the group’s hostile play-calling, turning into the main mentor to play out that obligation other than Spurrier.
Hue Jackson Cincinnati Bengals
He was coaching the wide receivers for the Cincinnati Bengals for three seasons. In his 3 years at Bengals, he was named to the Pro Bowl after coaching both Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh. He joined them again in 2012 where he was working as an assistant defensive backs coach.
He was also supporting on special teams. They finished with a 10-6 record and made it to the playoffs where they lost to the Houston Texas. He became the running backs coach in 2013 after the retirement of Jim Anderson.
He was then promoted to an offensive coordinator in January 2014 where he replaced Jay Guden. He spent seven years with the team. He joined them again on November 12th, 2018 for an unknown role. It was then later confirmed that he will be an assistant coach to Marvin Lewis.
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On January 13, 2016, Jackson was contracted as a lead trainer of the Cleveland Browns. On December 18, 2016, Jackson turned into the first NFL mentor since Rod Marinelli in 2008 to begin a season 0–14. Jackson got his first win with the Browns in a 20–17 triumph over the San Diego Chargers on December 24, 2016.
The Browns completed the season with a 1–15 record, completing toward the end in the NFL. The Browns completed the 2017 season without a solitary success, making the Browns the subsequent group allied history to complete with a 0–16 record.
On October 29, 2018, the Browns declared that they had terminated Jackson, who had amassed a record of 3–36–1 during his residency with the group, including a 2–5–1 begin to the 2018 season. He has likewise always lost a street game in his residency with Cleveland (0-20).
Hue Jackson Atlanta Falcons
After leaving the Bengals in 2006, he joined the Falcons in 2007 as an offensive coordinator for the second time under Bobby Petrino and Emmitt Thomas.
Hue Jackson Baltimore Ravens
He was at the Ravens from 2008-2009 where he was the quarterback coach under John Harbaugh. He taught Joe Flacco in 2008 and Joe became the first quarterback to win two playoffs in NFL history. He then helped the team advance to the postseason in the two seasons he worked for them.
Hue Jackson Raiders
In 2010, under Jackson’s direction as a hostile organizer, the Raiders’ offense completed fourth in the AFC and 6th in the NFL in scoring (25.6 focuses per game). They additionally completed fifth in the AFC and tenth in the NFL in all-out offense (354.6 yards per game), and second in the NFL and AFC in surging (155.9 yards per game).
The Raiders dramatically increased their scoring yield from the earlier year, totaling 410 points. Under Jackson’s offense, running back Darren McFadden completed the season with 1,157 yards surging on 223 conveys for a 5.2 normal yards/convey and 7 hurrying touchdowns. McFadden likewise had 47 gatherings for 507 yards and 3 touchdowns.
His part of the arrangement was 1,664 absolute yards and 10 all-out touchdowns for the 2010 NFL season, making McFadden the NFL’s fifth chief in complete yards from scrimmage for the 2010 season. After the 2010 season, Jackson has named Oakland Raiders lead trainer in 2011, succeeding Tom Cable.
Jackson was terminated by the Oakland Raiders on January 10, 2012, after one season as lead trainer, by new broad administrator Reggie McKenzie. In his solitary season as lead trainer, the Raiders completed with a record of 8–8 and missed the playoffs in the wake of beginning the season 7–4.
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