As news broke that the Cleveland Browns had acquired Odell Beckham Jr. in a trade, it seemed like everyone had an opinion about the blockbuster trade.
Everyone, including former Browns head coach Hue Jackson.
On Wednesday morning -- just hours after news of the Beckham trade first spread -- Jackson took to his personal Twitter account to congratulate his former team.
"Congrats to the Browns," Jackson wrote from @huejack10. "Trading for OBJ, with the rest of the weapons and Baker, means great times ahead for the team and the city of Cleveland."
Last year, Jackson confirmed during an interview on 850 WKNR ESPN Cleveland that @huejack10 was, in fact, his personal account.
Jackson, of course, has had a complicated -- if not outright tumultuous -- relationship with Cleveland.
After receiving no shortage of fanfare following his hiring as Browns head coach in 2016, Jackson proceeded to compile a mere 1-31 record over the course of the next two seasons, including just the second 0-16 season in modern NFL history in 2017.
Despite his record, Jackson was retained for 2018, but was fired following a 2-5-1 start to the season and a public power struggle with offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Less than two weeks after his firing, Jackson joined the staff of the Cincinnati Bengals, who still had two games remaining against Cleveland that season.
In those two games -- both Browns victories -- Cleveland players made a point of showing up Jackson, including safety Damarious Randall, who handed an intercepted ball to his former head coach. Quarterback Baker Mayfield became one of Jackson's most outspoken critics, referring to him as "fake" in an Instagram comment before denying him a postgame hug.
“He left Cleveland and goes down to Cincinnati,” Mayfield said. “It’s just somebody that was in our locker room, asking us to play for him, and he goes to a different team who we play twice a year. Everybody can have their spin on it, but that’s how I feel.”
On Wednesday, Jackson shared how he felt. And it may not have matched up with what many have have expected.