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Former Bengals assistant Hue Jackson sells Cincinnati house

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Jackson’s time in the Queen City has come to an end.

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The Cincinnati Bengals have undergone some extreme changes this offseason. The most note-worthy obviously being the addition of Zac Taylor and the release of long-time head coach Marvin Lewis.

Lewis, who has already moved on and left the professional game, is now coaching at Arizona State University. The Bengals 16-year head coach may not even be watching his former team this season.

That said, when you’re around a team for over a decade and a half, your mark is left on the organization. One of those such marks was Hue Jackson, who served a multiple stints with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Jackson was 1-31 throughout the 2016-2017 season as the Cleveland Browns head coach. However, his ties with Marvin Lewis and Mike Brown landed him a spot on the Bengals staff just days following his departure from Cleveland after a 2-5 start to the 2018 season.

In Cincinnati, Jackson completed his third stint which has seemingly came to an end. This past week, Jackson, who played the role of a special assistant and was released about just under seven months ago, sold his Symmes Township-based home.

The house, per the Hamilton County Auditor’s Office, was sold for $545,000, down from its original list price of over $650,000.

“The home, built by Cincinnati-based Neil Murphy Homes, has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a gourmet eat-in kitchen with double ovens. It features hardwood floors, a first-floor guest suite with its own full bathroom and a luxury master bedroom suite including a whirlpool tub. The finished basement has a workout room and a wet bar,” Steve Watkins of the Cincinnati Business Courier wrote.

Although he was already set to not return, this seems like the official end of the Hue Jackson era. Without Marvin Lewis at the helm of the ship, it seems like this is the last the Queen City will see of Jackson.

Thank. Goodness.