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Hue Jackson's Been Everywhere In His 30 Years As a Football Coach. Here's A List.

Man about towns: A Hue Jackson travelogue of coaching stops, encompassing 21 jobs from coast to coast and abroad.

West coast, east coast, deep south, the desert, the middle of the country and even over seas, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson truly has been a man about town. Here is a list of his coaching stops during a nearly 30-year coaching career:

1987 Pacific (graduate assistant)

1988 Pacific (wide receivers/ special teams)

1989 Pacific (running backs/ special teams)

1990–91 Cal State Fullerton (running backs/ special teams)

1991–92 London Monarchs WLAF (running backs/ wide receivers/ special teams)

1992–94 Arizona State (running backs)

1995 Arizona State (quarterbacks)

1996 California (offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks)

1997 USC (offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks)

1998–99 USC (offensive coordinator/ running backs)

2000 USC (offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks)

2001–02 Washington Redskins (running backs)

2003 Washington Redskins (offensive coordinator)

2004–06 Cincinnati Bengals (wide receivers)

2007 Atlanta Falcons (offensive coordinator)

2008–09 Baltimore Ravens (quarterbacks)

2010 Oakland Raiders (offensive coordinator)

2011 Oakland Raiders (head coach)

2012 Cincinnati Bengals (secondary/assistant special teams)

2013 Cincinnati Bengals (running backs)

2014–present Cincinnati Bengals (offensive coordinator)

2016-?

(Source: wikipedia.com)


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