Hue Jackson Making Bigger Impact with Bengals the Second Time Around

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Hue Jackson Making Bigger Impact with Bengals the Second Time Around
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After the retiring of running backs coach Jim Anderson, Bengals coach Hue Jackson was chosen to take over the reigns for the longest tenured coach in team history. Jackson is an invaluable asset to this team – having an assistant coach with head coaching experience always is. Hue Jackson served as head coach of the Oakland Raiders during the 2011 season, leading them to a respectable 8-8 record. After the season, new Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie fired Hue, giving him the opportunity for his second stint with the Bengals...

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