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Team: Cincinnati Bengals
Age / DOB:  (50) / 10/22/1965

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Recent News's Ian Rapoport reports Bengals OC Hue Jackson is "already generating some interest" for the Titans' head-coaching vacancy.
Jackson has long been established as one of the game's better game planners, but lasted only one year as the Raiders' head coach after rubbing new GM Reggie McKenzie the wrong way with his brash attitude. Jackson has proven well deserving of a second chance in Cincinnati, overseeing versatile, varied offenses while getting the most out of a limited Andy Dalton. He'd be an intriguing fit with Marcus Mariota in Tennessee. Nov 19 - 3:40 PM

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Bengals OC Hue Jackson will interview for the Bills' head-coaching vacancy on Wednesday.

We already knew Jackson was a candidate to replace "St." Doug Marrone, but now we have a date for his interview. Lions DC Teryl Austin is scheduled to meet with Bills officials on Saturday. The team is also reportedly interested in Colts OC Pep Hamilton and 49ers OC Greg Roman.
Jan 6 - 4:50 PM

Bengals OC Hue Jackson is a candidate for the Bills' head-coaching vacancy.

Jackson led the Bengals to a top-15 offense this season despite losing A.J. Green and Gio Bernard for multiple games. With Cincinnati playing in the Wild Card Round on Sunday, he won't be available to interview until at least next week. Jackson would satisfy the Rooney Rule for Buffalo.
Jan 2 - 7:26 PM

New Bengals OC Hue Jackson confirmed he plans to implement a more run-based offense in 2014.

Old OC Jay Gruden's 2013 offense finished 12th in the NFL in pass attempts. "We know we need to run the football," Jackson said. "And that's where it starts. ... I mean we're not going to shy away from throwing it when we need to but, I think in order to win and be a very good offensive football team, you have to be able to run the ball. And that's gonna be the starting point for us."
Fri, Jan 10, 2014 01:27:00 PM

Bengals hired RBs coach Hue Jackson as offensive coordinator.

It's the right move for the Bengals, who had perhaps the league's most eligible play-caller buried on their own staff behind former OC Jay Gruden. Jackson worked wonders with the Raiders' offense in 2010-11, turning a moribund unit into a top-10 outfit. Jackson calls an aggressive game, and isn't afraid to run the ball. He puts his players in position to succeed. Jackson's brash personality is the only reason he's been stuck as a position coach since getting canned from Oakland. His hiring is good news for all the Bengals' skill players, but especially Giovani Bernard. Darren McFadden had the best two years of his career under Jackson's tutelage.
Thu, Jan 9, 2014 04:21:00 PM

The Bengals are expected to promote running backs coach Hue Jackson to offensive coordinator.

Bengals fans should be thrilled. Jackson has churned out productive offenses in just about every stop he's been, including in 2011 when he turned the Raiders into a top-9 offense as their head coach. He projects to highlight the running game more than predecessor Jay Gruden, giving Gio Bernard a major up arrow heading into 2014. In two years under Jackson, Darren McFadden rushed 336 times for 1,774 yards (5.27 YPC) and scored 15 touchdowns. In two seasons since then, McFadden has averaged 3.29 YPC and scored eight times.
Thu, Jan 9, 2014 09:44:00 AM

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Skill Players
QB1Andy Dalton
2A.J. McCarron
RB1Jeremy Hill
2Giovani Bernard
3Rex Burkhead
4Cedric Peerman
GLB1Jeremy Hill
2Giovani Bernard
3RB1Giovani Bernard
2Jeremy Hill
FB1Ryan Hewitt
WR11A.J. Green
2Brandon Tate
WR21Marvin Jones
2Mohamed Sanu
3Mario Alford
WR31Mohamed Sanu
TE1Tyler Eifert
2Tyler Kroft
3C.J. Uzomah
LT1Andrew Whitworth
2Jake Fisher
3Cedric Ogbuehi
LG1Clint Boling
C1Russell Bodine
2T.J. Johnson
RG1Kevin Zeitler
RT1Andre Smith
2Eric Winston
K1Mike Nugent