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Hue Jackson is back with the Bengals!The Bengals’ former offensive coordinator turned Browns head coach was fired in Cleveland in October. After a brief stint on the unemployment list Color Rush Rodney Anderson Jersey , Jackson was offered a role in Cincinnati where he’ll be re-joining the Bengals’ coaching staff. His role is going to be Special Assistant to the Head Coach, the Bengals announced on Tuesday.“Jackson’s role is apparently going to focus on helping (Marvin) Lewis assimilate his head-coaching duties with managing and calling the defense,” per Geoff Hobson.As you could expect, the reactions are mixed.Jackson was an effective offensive coordinator in Cincinnati but he was a miserable head coach in Cleveland. Prior to leaving the Bengals, Jackson was offered a “head coach in waiting” type role for when Marvin Lewis steps down (in theory) from the Bengals’ head coaching job. But, Jackson turned that down to take on an immediate opportunity in Cleveland. Now, he’s back in Cincinnati after failing with the Browns and the man who many thought would be the new “head coach in waiting” was fired on Monday when the Bengals parted ways with defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.Lewis plans to take on the defensive coordinator responsibilities, but now he’ll have some help from his good friend, Jackson.My take: I like Jackson re-joining the staff as long as it only includes him being an assistant. I do not like Jackson re-joining the staff if it means he’s the first in line to become head coach if Lewis ever is fired or steps down. A big part of the reason I believe Lewis wasn’t fired last year was because Bengals owner Mike Brown had no one he trusted (ie: a former assistant coach/coordinator) to name head coach. People who would’ve fallen into that category would be: Jackson, Mike Zimmer, Jay Gruden Cheap Rodney Anderson Jersey , or Vance Joseph, for example.With Jackson back in the fold, it becomes a scary possibility that he could one day (relatively soon) become the Bengals head coach. I do not want a day to come where Jackson is named head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals.But, what do you all think?For starters, Browns fans seem happy about this move as they are not fans of Jackson.Here’s what those in the Cincinnati community have to say about the move:Here are some national media responses:What do you think? This week, a slate of great guests bring their Bengals insights as we tee up the NFL Draft. Mickey Mentzer, Cody Tewmey, New Stripe City’s Ace Boogie and James Rapien of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland join us as we talk about all of the possibilities with Cincinnati and their 11 picks this year."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections #BITESIZEFilm RoomRoster Transactions and ContractsOrange & Black InsiderSalary Cap And CBABreaking NewsKeep track of the 2019 Bengals draft脳The Orange & Black InsiderNFL DraftAnalysisThe Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Rounding upNew,7commentsThis week, a slate of great guests bring their Bengals insights as we tee up the NFL Draft. Mickey Mentzer, Cody Tewmey Rodney Anderson Jersey Womens , New Stripe City’s Ace Boogie and James Rapien of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland join us as we talk about all of the possibilities with Cincinnati and their 11 picks this year.EDTShareTweetShareShareThe Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Rounding upWhen it comes to the NFL Draft, we at The Orange and Black Insider go big, or go home. On this week’s episode, we brought on a handful of fan-favorite guests to get you set for the huge weekend ahead. Bengals multimedia favorites Mickey Mentzer and Cody Tewmey, as well as Ace Boogie of the outstanding New Stripe City podcast and the ever-popular James Rapien of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland all joined us on this week’s OBI. Rapien kicked off the show with a bang, as we take a pulse of what’s happening in the city of Cleveland because of the hype surrounding the Browns. Interestingly enough, Rapien sees some similarities between the 2019 Browns and the 2005 Bengals. He also has an ideal Cincinnati draft scenario that almost every fan can get behind. For those who are unaware, New Stripe City features a cool metric that Ace Boogie calls “prime”. He explained the process in which certain players fit the molds, be it positionally and/or physically, that the Bengals often prefer. There are some really interesting players who top his list.We asked Tewmey about “the usual suspects” being talked about with the Bengals and their No. 11 pick. Tewmey also touched on what he thinks about possible surprises with the club and their potential maneuvering this weekend. Mentzer talked about to us about the transition the Bengals have witnessed over the past four months, and how there are reasons for optimism amidst so much change. He also had some great insight into some Buckeyes prospects—particularly those who could be good fits in stripes. It was both incredibly informative and a lot of fun catching up with this crew. Also on this week’s episode:Is Will Grier being overlooked as one of the top quarterbacks in this class?Could the Bengals trade back in the first round and use the capital to trade for Josh Rosen?Which 2019 prospects top Ace Boogie’s “prime” metric system?What about Darron Lee as a potential trade target during the weekend?Plus Rodney Anderson Cincinnati Bengals Jersey , we talk about a special Bengals guest we’ll have joining us in a future episode!Our thanks to all of the live listeners and to the subscribers to our channels. Join us for every live episode and keep it here at Cincy Jungle during draft weekend for all the news, opinions and analysis on the Bengals’ draft haul!If you’re unable to join us live for here at Cincy Jungle or YouTube every episode, all Orange and Black Insider content is available here on CJ, the Stitcher, Spotify and Google Play Music apps, our YouTube channel, as well as through Megaphone and, as always, on iTunes! You can tweet us @BengalsOBI or get in touch with us via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Thanks for listening and go subscribe to our channels!
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