Charlie Jackson (American football)
Jackson began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at UCLA (2002–2003). In 2004 he became an assistant defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator at his alma mater, the United States Air Force Academy. In 2005, he was a defensive assistant and in charge quality control. In 2006, he was named defensive coordinator at the University at Buffalo. 29 years of age at the time, he was one of the youngest coordinators in Division I football. However, Jackson resigned prior to the 2006 season Later that year, Jackson was named special assistant to the head coach at Utah State. In 2007, Jackson took on his current position with the Denver Broncos.
- "Gill Announces Coaching Staff Changes". ubathletics.buffalo.edu. 2006-02-28. Retrieved 2008-09-02.
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