Former Browns coach Hue Jackson insinuates he was paid to lose

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It looks like Brian Flores wasn’t the only man offered money to tank, as Hue Jackson hinted that he was offered the same while with the Cleveland Browns. 

The Miami Dolphins continue to look worse and worse this week after the shocking lawsuit had been filed in New York by former head coach Brian Flores. Flores, who is also going after the NFL as a whole and the New York Giants, has accused the Dolphins of discrimination in his firing.

In his lawsuit, Flores also said that Miami owner Stephen Ross had previously offered him $100,000 for each loss to try and help the team tank. Goodness. Well, former Browns head coach Hue Jackson just hinted on Twitter that he may have been offered some dough as well while he was still in Cleveland.

Hue Jackson’s latest tweet has NFL fans talking

Jackson really did make it seem like he was offered some dough to lose. Hey, if that were the case, then that might explain why he recorded such an embarrassing record with the Browns. In all seriousness, there’s no proof that Jackson indeed was offered money, and he very well may have just been joking here.

With that said, it’s got NFL fans talking everywhere, especially after Jackson went an awful 3-36-1 while leading the Browns during his tenure. He was fired before he could even finish the 2018 campaign with the team, something Cleveland supporters had been calling for since early on that year.

Now, Jackson is the head coach over at Grambling State, landing that position back in December. Meanwhile for Flores, his lawsuit against the NFL and Giants has really taken the sports world by storm. His accusations made against the Dolphins really have folks furious in Miami as well.

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