Hue Jackson Named Bengals RBs Coach & Special Assistant to Marvin Lewis

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Dec 13, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson reacts against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Bengals defeated the Eagles 34-13. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

 

The Cincinnati Bengals announced today that assistant coach Hue Jackson is taking on several new roles with the team for next season. He will now become the running backs coach, which was formerly held by Jim Anderson, who retired last week after 29 years with the club. Jackson will also hold the title of “Special Assistant to the Head Coach”.

Marvin Lewis said this about Jackson’s new role:

This is all about us getting better as an offensive team. It was a tremendous development for our staff that we were able to get Hue last year, and now I’m excited to expand his role. People in football know what kind of offensive mind Hue brings to a staff, so he’s going to be great with our running backs. And I’m going to take better advantage of his expertise in all aspects of football and coaching, which is very wide. He will help me be more effective in a number of ways.

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