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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | January 26, 2013
The following are final updates on area athletes and coaches in the National Football League for the 2012 season. Change was abundant for the three locals in the NFL this past season with even more on the horizon. Most notable was Andy Reid, a former Glendale Community College football player, joining a new team, the Kansas City Chiefs, for the first time in nearly a decade-and-a-half after a second year of struggles with the Philadelphia Eagles. Another former Vaquero, Hue Jackson, had more success as an assistant coach, helping the Cincinnati Bengals reach the playoffs after being fired from his head coaching job in Oakland at the end of the 2011 season.
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January 16, 2012
Regarding the story of Hue Jackson - a former Glendale Community College quarterback - as coach of the Raiders (“Jackson fired after one season,” Jan. 10), must your paper print every expletive a coach or athlete yells when they are dismissed? Enough of the locker room chat! As Groucho Marx used to say, “Stonewalls do not a Jackson make.” Robert Burns Glendale    
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From Staff Reports | February 18, 2012
Former Glendale Community College quarterback Hue Jackson was named an assistant coach with the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday. Jackson served as head coach of the Oakland Raiders, who finished 8-8 and in second place in the American Football Conference's West Division. Jackson, who played at Glendale college from 1983-84, was fired by the Raiders in early January. Jackson will begin his second coaching stint with the Bengals. He was on their coaching staff from 2004-06.
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January 16, 2001
Hamlet Nalbandyan GLENDALE -- Former Glendale Community College quarterback Hue Jackson became the first hire of new Washington Redskin Coach Marty Schottenheimer Friday, as the 35-year-old was named the running backs coach. Jackson starred at GCC in the 1983 and 1984 seasons before moving on to greener football pastures as a coach. The last four years, he was the offensive coordinator at USC. In 1998 and 1999, he also played a major role in coaching the running backs with the Trojans, and was a big factor in Chad Morton becoming the 21st USC back to rush over 1,000 yards in a season.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | February 4, 2012
The following are final updates on area athletes and coaches in the National Football League for the 2011-12 season. Aside from the dominant local storyline of Flintridge Prep product Ramses Barden making it to today's Super Bowl XLVI, there were several other interesting threads to follow involving coaches and players with local roots. In the coaching ranks, Philadelphia's Andy Reid was retained after many thought the star-studded Eagles' early struggles would cost the veteran coach his job. Conversely, Hue Jackson led the downtrodden Oakland Raiders to the cusp of an AFC West Division title in his first year on the job, only to be shown the door in a surprising move by an Oakland franchise in transition.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 21, 2014
While the Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff has made plenty of headlines this postseason for its defections, one of the lesser-talked-about moves was a job change that may be just as impactful. Earlier this month, the Bengals announced that former Glendale Community College wide receiver Hue Jackson was named the team's new offensive coordinator. Jackson, 48, takes over for Jay Gruden, Cincinnati's offensive coordinator of three years, who left the Bengals to become head coach of the Washington Redskins on Jan. 9. Gruden was one of two coordinators to leave the Bengals as defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer was also hired as the head coach at Minnesota.
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By Charles Rich | January 27, 2010
GLENDALE — The Oakland Raiders had one of the worst offenses in the National Football League last season. They will look to a former area quarterback to help shore things up. Oakland hired Hue Jackson, who played quarterback at Glendale Community College from 1983-84, as its new offensive coordinator on Tuesday. The former All-Western State Conference selection spent the last two seasons as quarterback coach with the Baltimore Ravens. Jackson, who transferred from Glendale college to the University of the Pacific, will inherit an offense that finished second-to-last in the league in scoring with 197 points and gained the second-fewest yards en route to finishing its seventh season in a row with at least 11 defeats.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 21, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. REID, EAGLES WIN ON ROAD With quarterback Michael Vick and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin out of the lineup because of injuries, the Philadelphia Eagles, coached by former Glendale Community College football player Andy Reid , managed to keep their playoff hopes alive Sunday night with a 17-10 road victory against the New York Giants. The Eagles, who entered the season with lofty expectations and were branded a Super Bowl contender, improved to 4-6 and pulled to within two games of the first-place Giants and Dallas Cowboys in the NFL's East Division with six games remaining.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | August 17, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. REID, EAGLES START OFF ON RIGHT NOTE With expectations entering the season already sky high for the Philadelphia Eagles following numerous high-profile offseason acquisitions, the Eagles began their preseason Thursday with a 13-6 win against the visiting Baltimore Ravens. The Eagles, who won the National Football Conference's East Division last season and qualified for the playoffs before losing to the eventual-Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers, brought in corner back Nnamdi Asomugha and quarterback Vince Young and several other big-name acquisitions who made their debut with Philadelphia.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 28, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. JACKSON, RAIDERS GET BY BEARS The Oakland Raiders, coached by former Glendale Community College quarterback Hue Jackson , remain in first place in the NFL's American Conference's West Division. Oakland recorded a 25-20 home win against the Chicago Bears on Sunday and maintain a one-game lead over the Denver Broncos. The Raiders (7-4) are in first place for the first time in December since 2002, when they advanced to the Super Bowl against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 21, 2014
While the Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff has made plenty of headlines this postseason for its defections, one of the lesser-talked-about moves was a job change that may be just as impactful. Earlier this month, the Bengals announced that former Glendale Community College wide receiver Hue Jackson was named the team's new offensive coordinator. Jackson, 48, takes over for Jay Gruden, Cincinnati's offensive coordinator of three years, who left the Bengals to become head coach of the Washington Redskins on Jan. 9. Gruden was one of two coordinators to leave the Bengals as defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer was also hired as the head coach at Minnesota.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | January 26, 2013
The following are final updates on area athletes and coaches in the National Football League for the 2012 season. Change was abundant for the three locals in the NFL this past season with even more on the horizon. Most notable was Andy Reid, a former Glendale Community College football player, joining a new team, the Kansas City Chiefs, for the first time in nearly a decade-and-a-half after a second year of struggles with the Philadelphia Eagles. Another former Vaquero, Hue Jackson, had more success as an assistant coach, helping the Cincinnati Bengals reach the playoffs after being fired from his head coaching job in Oakland at the end of the 2011 season.
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From Staff Reports | February 18, 2012
Former Glendale Community College quarterback Hue Jackson was named an assistant coach with the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday. Jackson served as head coach of the Oakland Raiders, who finished 8-8 and in second place in the American Football Conference's West Division. Jackson, who played at Glendale college from 1983-84, was fired by the Raiders in early January. Jackson will begin his second coaching stint with the Bengals. He was on their coaching staff from 2004-06.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | February 4, 2012
The following are final updates on area athletes and coaches in the National Football League for the 2011-12 season. Aside from the dominant local storyline of Flintridge Prep product Ramses Barden making it to today's Super Bowl XLVI, there were several other interesting threads to follow involving coaches and players with local roots. In the coaching ranks, Philadelphia's Andy Reid was retained after many thought the star-studded Eagles' early struggles would cost the veteran coach his job. Conversely, Hue Jackson led the downtrodden Oakland Raiders to the cusp of an AFC West Division title in his first year on the job, only to be shown the door in a surprising move by an Oakland franchise in transition.
NEWS
January 16, 2012
Regarding the story of Hue Jackson - a former Glendale Community College quarterback - as coach of the Raiders (“Jackson fired after one season,” Jan. 10), must your paper print every expletive a coach or athlete yells when they are dismissed? Enough of the locker room chat! As Groucho Marx used to say, “Stonewalls do not a Jackson make.” Robert Burns Glendale    
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 5, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. JACKSON, RAIDERS FALL INTO TIE FOR FIRST The Oakland Raiders, coached by former Glendale Community College quarterback Hue Jackson , lost sole possession of first place in the American Football Conference's West Division on Sunday with a 34-14 road loss against the Miami Dolphins. The Raiders (7-5) had won three games in a row entering Sunday's action, but Oakland's loss, coupled with the Denver Broncos' 35-32 road win against the Minnesota Vikings, left the two teams tied for first with four games remaining.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 28, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. JACKSON, RAIDERS GET BY BEARS The Oakland Raiders, coached by former Glendale Community College quarterback Hue Jackson , remain in first place in the NFL's American Conference's West Division. Oakland recorded a 25-20 home win against the Chicago Bears on Sunday and maintain a one-game lead over the Denver Broncos. The Raiders (7-4) are in first place for the first time in December since 2002, when they advanced to the Super Bowl against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 21, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. REID, EAGLES WIN ON ROAD With quarterback Michael Vick and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin out of the lineup because of injuries, the Philadelphia Eagles, coached by former Glendale Community College football player Andy Reid , managed to keep their playoff hopes alive Sunday night with a 17-10 road victory against the New York Giants. The Eagles, who entered the season with lofty expectations and were branded a Super Bowl contender, improved to 4-6 and pulled to within two games of the first-place Giants and Dallas Cowboys in the NFL's East Division with six games remaining.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | October 18, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. REID, EAGLES NOTCH VICTORY For the first time in a month, Philadelphia Eagles Coach Andy Reid didn't have to address questions following a Philadelphia loss. Reid, a former Glendale Community College football player, saw Philadelphia end its four-game losing streak Sunday with a 20-13 road win against the division-rival Washington Redskins. The Eagles (2-4) received a big effort from running back LeSean McCoy , who rushed for 126 yards in 28 carries and one touchdown.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | October 11, 2011
The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. JACKSON, RAIDERS EARN EMOTIONAL WIN The end of an era — with the Oakland Raiders and the National Football League — came Saturday when iconic Raiders owner Al Davis died. He was 82. One of Davis' last major moves came in January and it involved a local tie. Davis gave Coach Hue Jackson , a former Glendale Community College quarterback, his first head-coaching job in January. Jackson landed the role after leading Oakland's offensive resurgence last season.
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