The Hue Jackson experiment in Cleveland ended in the middle of its third year after Jackson led the team to a 2-5-1 record in the first eight games. Those two wins doubled his previous two years as the team's head coach, but John Dorsey and company decided the middle of 2018 was time to move on.
After the Browns fired Jackson, the team finished the season with a 5-3 record and the offense was clicking on all cylinders with former running backs coach Freddie Kitchens as the offensive coordinator.
That's a bad sign for Jackson - who's known for his offensive prowess. Despite his failed tenure with the Browns, several organizations are seeking out Hue Jackson as an offensive coordinator.
Include the Arizona Cardinals on that list. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Cardinals brought in Jackson for an interview on Friday.
New head coach Kliff Kingsbury has never coached at the NFL level, but he was brought in for his offensive mind. He'll likely work closely with quarterback Josh Rosen, though Jackson could aid in the development of the former No. 10 overall pick.
The Cardinals added former Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph as the team's defensive coordinator but are still in search of an OC.