Cleveland Browns News: Hue Jackson keeping foundation in Cleveland
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It has been over six months since Hue Jackson last coached for the Cleveland Browns. And there is no question that his time in Cleveland will forever be highly scrutinized.
Despite being given a roster designed to lose, Jackson appeared to make things worse. Poor decisions by Jackson kept hindering the Browns, limiting their chances to win games even more.
But one of the best things that Jackson did during his time in Cleveland was starting his foundation, which helps victims of human trafficking. And despite no longer being a coach for the Browns, today’s featured article explains why Jackson is committed to his foundation in Cleveland.
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Hue Jackson remains in Cleveland, committed to foundation – Charean Williams, Pro Football Talk
"“This is something we’re committed to, and it’s dear and near to us,” said Jackson, whose wife, Michelle, also is involved in the Hue Jackson Foundation. “We’re going to continue to fight this battle.”"
Although Jackson has dealt with plenty of scrutiny since being the Cleveland Browns head coach, it is honorable of him to stay in Cleveland and continue his foundation. Even though he is not coaching anywhere, his foundation will continue to make an impact in Cleveland.
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