Hue Jackson’s tenure in Cleveland is now over.
The Cleveland Browns fired their head coach after another disappointing start to the season. Jackson, who went 3-36-1 in two-plus seasons, was dismissed on Monday by general manager John Dorsey. Jackson’s firing came one day after the Browns lost their 25th straight road game — 20 of them coming with Jackson in charge.
Hue Jackson has been at the helm since 2016 but sealed his fate with a 33-18 loss to the Steelers on Sunday as the team dropped to 2-5-1 on the season. He was 3-36-1 in his two-plus seasons as head coach.
In his career as an NFL head coach, Jackson owns a .205 win percentage, which ranks 218th out of 219 coaches in NFL history. Only former Eagles coach/owner Bert Bell owns a worse win percentage at .176 from 1936-1941.
It’s not immediately clear who will fill in for Jackson for the rest of this season. The Browns host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.