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Wed, 06 Feb 2013 08:23:29 -0800
The Cincinnati Bengals announced Wednesday, Feb. 6, Hue Jackson will serve as special assistant to head coach Marvin Lewis and as running backs coach for 2013.
Wed, 30 Jan 2013 11:06:13 -0800
The Cincinnati Bengals will name Hue Jackson the running backs coach. That announcement will likely come next week.
Tue, 22 Jan 2013 17:04:30 -0800
The Dallas Cowboys are interested in the possibility of adding Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson to their coaching staff on the offensive side of the ball. Jackson has worked within the framework of the Cowboys' offensive system, working with coaches Al Saunders and Cam Cameron in the past, who ran similar schemes. It's unclear what role Jackson would have with Dallas, though.
Thu, 17 Jan 2013 11:48:49 -0800
The Carolina Panthers will hire quarterbacks coach Mike Shula, former Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur or Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson as their new offensive coordinator.
Mon, 14 Jan 2013 12:00:42 -0800
The Carolina Panthers are interviewing Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson Monday, Jan. 14, for their open offensive coordinator position.
Sat, 12 Jan 2013 12:26:41 -0800
Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson likely would become the team's offensive coordinator if offensive coordinator Jay Gruden left for a head coaching job. Jackson could stay with the team even if Gruden remains the offensive coordinator.
Sat, 12 Jan 2013 12:26:09 -0800
The Carolina Panthers do not have an interview scheduled with Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator position.
Fri, 11 Jan 2013 12:43:53 -0800
The New York Jets have expressed interest in Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator position.
Fri, 11 Jan 2013 12:00:51 -0800
The Carolina Panthers requested permission to interview Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson for their vacant offensive coordinator position.
Tue, 08 Jan 2013 10:54:26 -0800
The New York Jets may consider Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson an ideal fit for their new offensive coordinator position for head coach Rex Ryan's "attacking style" of offense. However, Cincinnati could promote Jackson as their offensive coordinator if current coordinator Jay Gruden leaves for a head coaching position. Ryan is starting to distance himself from the "ground and pound" offensive philosophy of the past.
Fri, 28 Dec 2012 19:30:16 -0800
It is widely believed that Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie will replace head coach Andy Reid after 14 seasons at the helm. Potential candidates include University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, former NFL head coach and ESPN broadcaster Jon Gruden, Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson.
Fri, 28 Dec 2012 19:28:10 -0800
San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner's tenure is expected to be down to its final few hours, and there are plenty of names being bandied about as potential replacements. The Chargers might take a look at Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid, unless he is retained. Indianapolis Colts interim head coach and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians might be a fit, as well as former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson and Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, among others.
Sun, 26 Feb 2012 10:25:36 -0800
The Cincinnati Bengals hired assistant secondary coach Hue Jackson as insurance in case offensive coordinator Jay Gruden leaves for a head coaching job next offseason. If Gruden left, Jackson would become the new offensive coordinator.
Mon, 20 Feb 2012 13:35:51 -0800
The New York Giants were scheduled to meet with former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson about their quarterbacks coaching position but he decided to accept an assistant coaching job with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Fri, 17 Feb 2012 11:42:40 -0800
The Cincinnati Bengals have hired former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson as an assistant coach who will help out with the secondary and special teams.
Sun, 22 Jan 2012 12:45:22 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals are scheduled to interview former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson for their vacant quarterbacks coaching position.
Sat, 21 Jan 2012 10:11:37 -0800
The St. Louis Rams were impressed with former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson but decided to hire Brian Schottenheimer has their new offensive coordinator. The decision was said to be a close call between Jackson and Schottenheimer.
Tue, 17 Jan 2012 07:53:39 -0800
Updating a previous item, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher conducted a telephone interview with former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson regarding the team's offensive coordinator position Monday, Jan. 16, according to a league source.
Tue, 17 Jan 2012 05:16:50 -0800
The St. Louis Rams will interview former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator position Wednesday, Jan. 18, according to a source.
Mon, 16 Jan 2012 11:28:06 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said during a radio interview that he was not responsible for the team trading for QB Carson Palmer and only got the two teams in touch with each other. Jackson said the whole organization is responsible for the trade.
Fri, 13 Jan 2012 12:56:38 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson and former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz are considered longshots for the Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator position.
Thu, 12 Jan 2012 07:23:41 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said Wednesday, Jan. 11, that he regrets ripping his team in a Week 17 postgame news conference and he thinks he might still be coach if the late Al Davis still owned the team. Jackson said that he should have taken a shower and given himself time to cool off before addressing the media Jan. 1 after the Raiders lost to the San Diego Chargers. "I think probably the emotions were still pretty raw after talking to the team," Jackson said. "I kind of went in there and said some things that I was saying to the team that maybe didn't need to be said outside the locker room. So lesson learned by me. I know what I said, I know what I meant. I don't think I meant it the way that everybody took it."
Thu, 12 Jan 2012 05:17:53 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he didn't get to hire his own defensive coordinator or make key decisions about his staff and roster. "Everybody knows my hands were tied – I worked for Al Davis," Jackson said. "He ran the defense, always had."
Wed, 11 Jan 2012 06:04:09 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he does not believe he was hungry for power within the organization. Jackson wanted to have input on who the franchise would hire as its next general manager. "I'm tired of people saying that I'm power hungry, that I'm a blowhard, that I'm saying all the wrong things. I never said I wanted to be the general manager," Jackson said. "I said I wanted input. What coach wouldn't want some input in the direction of the organization?"
Wed, 11 Jan 2012 06:03:36 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said owner Mark Davis' need to put his fingerprints on the franchise ultimately cost him his job. "It's Mark Davis' football team, and Mark's going to do what he thinks is best. In the end, I think he said, 'I want to put my own stamp on it,' and he wanted his own coach."
Wed, 11 Jan 2012 05:53:58 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said the reason general manager Reggie McKenzie relieved him of his duties was because he wanted one of his own guys in place. "He wants to bring in his own guys. No job is safe right now," Jackson said.
Tue, 10 Jan 2012 22:14:24 -0800
Oakland Raiders WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh and DL Richard Seymour said Tuesday, Jan. 10, that head coach Hue Jackson did not lose the team down the stretch. "No, not at all," Seymour said. "I didn't hear any rumblings about that. I heard news reports make more of a deal about it than it actually was. I feel like Hue did a good job and made great strides as a coach." Houshmandzadeh also had this to say: "I don't think he lost the locker room, and I'd be eager to find a guy who didn't think he did a good job. I would be hard-pressed to find a guy who doesn't like Hue. I'll bet you San Diego, Kansas City and Denver like this move, because we would have been good next year with Hue."
Tue, 10 Jan 2012 10:44:14 -0800
The Oakland Raiders fired head coach Hue Jackson Tuesday, Jan. 10.
Mon, 09 Jan 2012 12:31:59 -0800
The New York Jets could be interested in Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson as an offensive coordinator candidate if the Raiders decide to fire him.
Mon, 09 Jan 2012 08:06:59 -0800
New Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie is contemplating whether to keep head coach Hue Jackson, according to league sources. Agent Kennard McGuire, who represents both men, has denied that Jackson would be let go. McKenzie is contemplating whether he should bring in his own coach, despite the relationship with Jackson.
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 13:56:51 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson will remain with the team and be the head coach next season.
Fri, 06 Jan 2012 07:10:47 -0800
The arrival of Reggie McKenzie as the Oakland Raiders' new general manager could signal the end of the tenure for head coach Hue Jackson. There are indications that Jackson wasn't fully on board with the decision to hire McKenzie. Every general manager wants to hire his own head coach, and McKenzie could have some real misgivings about moving forward with Jackson.
Tue, 03 Jan 2012 20:08:25 -0800
According to a radio report Tuesday, Jan. 3, Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan was fired, along with linebackers coach Greg Biekert and secondary coaches Kevin Ross and Rod Woodson. However, head coach Hue Jackson refuted the report on a Sacramento radio show, saying he met with his assistants Tuesday, and only that a decision was coming sooner rather than later, "because that's only fair to the coaches."
Tue, 03 Jan 2012 09:12:42 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he knew by Week 2 against the Buffalo Bills his team did not have the killer instinct to close out opponents. "If you go back to the Buffalo game, because when you're winning 21-3 and the other team comes back and beats you, that's who we really were," Jackson said. "And that's who we were all year, and that's very disappointing to tell you that, but that's the truth ... We have had leads, and teams have found ways to catch us in the end and beat us and defeat us, because if they didn't, we wouldn't be having this conversation."
Tue, 03 Jan 2012 05:55:27 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said the organization will hire a general manager in the offseason. "We've had conversations, but we haven't said exactly who, what, when, where and how," Jackson said. "But I do know that there's gonna be somebody that we do bring in here and talk to and do those things with. But we haven't just nailed it down or anything like that."
Mon, 02 Jan 2012 08:03:17 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he will have a bigger say in the direction of the organization moving forward. Jackson added he will have his hand in all facets of the team - offense, defense and special teams. "I'm going take a stronger hand in this whole team, this whole organization," Jackson said. "There ain't no way that I'm going to feel like I feel today a year from now, I promise you that. There's no question. Defensively, offensively and special teams. I aint feeling like this no more. This is a joke ... Yeah, I'm going to take a hand in everything that goes on here."
Mon, 02 Jan 2012 07:56:53 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said following Week 17 he feels there needs to be an attitude adjustment within his team heading into next season. "I know one thing, this team needs an attitude adjustment," Jackson said. "The killer instinct has got to exist here. It's something I've talked about. When you don't finish games at the end like we haven't, this has been going on all year. I mean, this feeling I've had has been there all year and you try to change it, change it, change it and I haven't been able to get it changed. I know what needs to happen and we'll move forward."
Mon, 02 Jan 2012 05:29:10 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson did not give a vote of confidence to defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan following Week 17. Jackson was critical of a unit that surrendered 433 points this season, an average of 27.1 points per game. "I think Chuck knows how I feel," Jackson said. "I'm disappointed over there. I have been. Chuck knows what I feel, and it's not good enough."
Thu, 22 Dec 2011 06:08:28 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he is not opposed to switching from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defensive scheme next season. "I am not wedded to anything," Jackson said, when asked if he is a staunch proponent of the 4-3. "I am wedded to what's going to help us win. As we continue to move forward, that's the whole thing about everything you do – you have an opportunity to see what's there, and you move forward and get better."
Thu, 15 Dec 2011 06:14:30 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said the team had a great practice Wednesday, Dec. 14, as players sense the urgency to start winning games. "It was awesome," Jackson said of practice. "I mean, it really was. It probably was different than it's been in the last four or five weeks because, again, these guys understand. I know this football team and I know where their head is, and they understand what we need to do, and we'll come play, and we'll play the way we're supposed to play."
Tue, 13 Dec 2011 06:28:58 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he wants QB Carson Palmer to make better decisions with the football following his four-interception performance in Week 14. "What I always tell him is, 'Just get me to the next down with you. I'll give you a better call the next play," Jackson said. "Regardless of what happens, just get me to the next down and then we'll make something good happen.' And last night that point was driven home because he could see that he didn't give us an opportunity to attain our goals."
Thu, 08 Dec 2011 07:52:37 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said Wednesday, Dec. 7, that there are so many injuries to his team right now that he can't afford to sit anyone healthy enough to play, even if they aren't at 100 percent. "It's not going to be, I'm going to make a decision because it's cold, it's where it is, boy, maybe we shouldn't play him," Jackson said. "No, right now we need every guy that we can get back out here on this football team that can contribute and help us win. So, if there's a player that can be back out here, trust me, we'll put him back out here."
Mon, 05 Dec 2011 06:48:50 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson said he will handle the situation of LB Rolando McClain in-house. Jackson said he is disappointed with McClain, but McClain did play in Week 13. "The information that I gathered myself in dealing with him is I feel the player has an opportunity to move beyond this," Jackson said. "There's no question he knows I'm disappointed with some things that occurred, and I will take care of that in-house."
Fri, 02 Dec 2011 07:49:28 -0800
Oakland Raiders QB Carson Palmer calls head coach Hue Jackson a player's coach and said the team really respects Jackson. "He may not be young in years, but he's young the way he acts," Palmer said. "He's a player's coach. Guys understand him; he can relate to players ... He understands the things we go through and he can be lenient on some things but also very, very stern on some things and hard on some things and I think players really respect that."
Tue, 22 Nov 2011 06:08:25 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson talked to league officials Monday, Nov. 21, a day after he said calls against his team in a Week 11 win were unfair, complained that he could not get explanations of calls from referee Jerome Boger's crew and said he didn't "even know what football is right now" with the way some personal fouls were called. Jackson said he addressed his points to the league and is moving forward.
Mon, 21 Nov 2011 06:13:11 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson ripped the officiating crew following the team's Week 11 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The Raiders were penalized 12 times for 117 yards. Four of those penalties were personal fouls. "I am going to reach out to the league myself, personally," Jackson said. "I normally don't complain about the officiating. I don't make any bones that way because I said I wouldn't. But today I just truly felt like it was a little unfair. I really do." Jackson added he doesn't "even know what football is right now."
Thu, 17 Nov 2011 20:28:25 -0800
The Oakland Raiders have gone scoreless in the fourth quarter in four consecutive games. "I can't put my finger on it," head coach Hue Jackson said Thursday, Nov. 17. "I just know it's something I have to get fixed. I have to make sure that we find a way to get in this end zone in the fourth quarter. We haven't. We have to do a better job." Conversely, the Raiders have scored 17 first-quarter points over the past four games, 31 in the second quarter and 24 in the third.
Mon, 07 Nov 2011 05:35:58 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson was critical of his team following their Week 9 loss. The Raiders committed 15 penalties for 130 yards. "I think we're not a very intelligent team right now," Hue Jackson said. "We're not playing very intelligently when it comes to penalties."
Fri, 04 Nov 2011 20:46:53 -0700
The Oakland Raiders rush defense has allowed just 3.2 yards per carry over the past three games, and head coach Hue Jackson said there is no secret as to why. "We're just getting people on the ground, basically," Jackson said. "Getting off blocks. All the things that everybody says, all the cliches that people use, we're doing them the best we've done them. Kudos to the defensive staff and Chuck Bresnahan, but the players, when it's all said and done, they have to make a decision in that locker room that they're tired of having the ball run at them like that, and that's what they've done."
Fri, 28 Oct 2011 07:40:54 -0700
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson acknowledged some of the issues raised by former QB JaMarcus Russell during his three-year stay in Oakland, while at the same time saying they weren't the reason he was waived. Russell said in an interview he didn't get support from his teammates or former head coach Tom Cable. Jackson said he was told by Russell of the sleep apnea and "some of the things he'd gone through, but that's not the reason he's not here. I think there were several other factors, things that we don't need to get into."