Hue Jackson accuses the Browns of offering him money to lose games | NFL Live

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ESPN Browns reporter Jake Trotter joins NFL Live to discuss former NFL head coach Hue Jackson accusing Cleveland of offering him money to lose games in 2016 and 2017. Dan Graziano, Jeff Saturday, Keyshawn Johnson and Robert Griffin III react.

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