No. 37: Hue Jackson
Hue Jackson’s long road back to being an NFL head coach—he had the Raiders job in 2011, then had to work his way through the assistant ranks, including four different job titles under Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati—ends in Cleveland, where he has assumed the tall task of reviving a perennial loser that just lost it's starting quarterback, Robert Griffin III, to a Week 1 shoulder injury. Notably, Jackson’s Browns have been described as the “blackest organization in football” at a time when the league looks for remedies to a lack of diversity in coaching and management.
— Robert Klemko