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Jackson has floated around the NFL.
Current Position: Cincinnati Bengals (Offensive Coordinator)
NFL Jobs: Cincinnati Bengals (OC; 2014-Present), Cincinnati Bengals (RB; 2013), Cincinnati Bengals (DB; 2012), Oakland Raiders (HC; 2011), Oakland Raiders (OC; 2010), Baltimore Ravens (QB; 2008-09), Atlanta Falcons (OC; 2007), Cincinnati Bengals (WR; 2004-06), Washington Redskins (OC; 2003), Washington Redskins (RB; 2001-02)
College Jobs: USC (OC; 1997-00), Cal (OC; 1996), Arizona State (QB; 1995), Arizona State (RB; 1992-94)
Hue Jackson has spent the last decade-and-a-half at various jobs in the NFL. In fact, he’s jumped around from six different teams since 2001.
That includes a head coaching stint during the 2011 season with the Raiders.
Unfortunately, after starting 7-4, Jackson’s team finished the season 1-4. Oakland would miss the playoffs, and he would get the boot.
Maybe the NFL just isn’t the answer for the 48-year-old.
Before the jump to the pros, he spent nearly a decade coaching at the college level, having success more often than not.
Some of Jackson’s biggest contributions include leading the Bears' proficient offense in 1996 and recruiting Carson Palmer to come play for the Trojans.
With a knack for offensive production and more than 10 years of experience in the NFL, Jackson has a resume that would impress any school.