Former Oakland Raiders Coach Hue Jackson?s Career in Pictures
Hue Jackson will not be mentioned in the new regime of the Oakland Raiders. After the Raiders had its new general manager Reggie McKenzie, coach Hue Jackson, who worked with the team just only one season and a disappointing 8-8 record, was fired. Jackson had to leave the team four days after McKenzie was hired to be the first general manager in replacing Al Davis, who died in October 2011.
The Raiders have hired six different head coaches since 2002 and on one could stay over three full seasons. It is known as the team with the most different head coaches, hiring nine ones since 1996.
The decision to fire coach Hue Jackson is the first major move since Reggie McKenzie took the role as the team’s general manager and it marks a big fail for Jackson. Let’s review the career of the fired coach through pictures as following:
The 47-year-old coach first joined the Oakland Raiders in 2010 as an offensive coordinator
Jackson got the job as the head coach of the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League after Al Davis decided to fire Tom Cable
Hue Jackson was announced to be head coach of the Oakland Raiders in 2011, succeeding Tom Cable
Hue Jackson posed with Al Davis, who died at the age of 82 in October, at a news conference at NFL football Raiders headquarters in Alameda, California
The former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson looked down on the field during an NFL football match in California on January 1, 2012
He was fired by the team on January 10, 2012 after finishing his first season as the team’s coach with a disappointing 8-8 record and missing the playoffs
Before entering Oakland, Jackson also worked for several other NFL teams, including the Washington Redskins and the Atlanta Falcons
The coach lived in Los Angles, California with his wife Michelle and their two daughters
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