Coach Marvin Lewis backs Hue Jackson’s second stint as assistant coach for Cincinnati Bengals – NFL News
After being snubbed by the Oakland Raiders over his failure in taking the team to the American Football Conference (AFC) playoffs during the 2011 National Football League (NFL) season, the coach, Hue Jackson, has joined the Cincinnati Bengals as an assistant
staff for secondary and special teams.
On Tuesday, Marvin Lewis sat down at the annual AFC coaches' media breakfast as the second longest-tenured head coach in the NFL (10 years)—behind only Bill Belichick (13 years). Each offseason, the Cincinnati Bengals have experienc... Read Post
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson has added two job titles to his resume this offseason. Jackson was handed the job as running backs coach in Cincinnati after Jim Anderson announced his retirement a short while ago. Howe... Read Post
Coach Marvin Lewis backs Cincinnati Bengals target wins for playoff berth – NFL News The Cincinnati Bengals are desperate for a win this week to cement their chance for second wild card in the American Football Conference (AFC) to s... Read Post