Browns coach Hue Jackson set to jump in Lake Erie


Many fans probably have wanted to jump into Lake Erie after watching the Cleveland Browns, especially the last couple seasons under Hue Jackson. Well, we all know how that turned out. They went winless in 2017. They went 0-16. And so now he's going to jump in a lake.

Jackson, following a 1-15 season in 2016, vowed to take a dip in the lake if the Browns finished with that record the following year.

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As Jackson announced via the team's social media feed, he will use the jump in the lake to help fund his Hue Jackson Foundation, which combats human trafficking in Northeast Ohio.

Jackson's jump will be held at a private location and be open to employees only.

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Despite going 1-31 in his two seasons, Jackson kept his job and now he's hoping his splashdown can symbolize a new beginning for the Browns.

"I don't like it", Jackson said in late December of the reason for his impending plunge.

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It is a more than worthy cause that I've written about before (see the first link in this article if you've missed it), addressing a problem that is vastly underrecognized in part because it's something too disgusting for the average person to want to acknowledge is actually going on right now.