Hue Jackson said the end-of-season bonuses he allegedly received from the Browns as part of a plan to lose in the 2016 and 2017 NFL seasons maxed out at $750,000.
“It was a total of $750,000, but it was based on whatever those benchmarks you hit,” Jackson said. “What it was that you got every year from it, I really don’t know. Those things were directed right into your checking account.”
The “benchmarks” were not tied to winning or player development, Jackson said.
“I think that bonus was for the group working together towards what this plan was that they had set out,” Jackson said.
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