Substantial Evidence Found Against Raiders Head Coach Tom Cable

It looks like Tom Cable is in some serious trouble, as AOL Fanhouse reports that there is some substantial evidence found against Cable:

While Oakland coach Tom Cable prepares a struggling Raiders team to face the undefeated New York Giants on the road Sunday, his personal and professional fate rests in evidence currently under review by Napa County (Calif.) district attorney Gary Lieberstein. The DA ultimately will determine whether criminal charges will be brought against Cable for allegedly attacking and fracturing the jaw of Raiders defensive assistant Randy Hanson during a training camp coaches’ meeting on Aug. 5. But a two-month investigation into the incident by the Napa Police Department turned up substantial evidence of assault and bodily injury sustained by Hanson (including medical records proving serious injury), plus corroborating witness statements from other coaches present during the altercation.

There’s been plenty of issues with Cable, and it will be interesting to see what ends up happening in the end and if Al Davis is going to have to take any steps do anything to Cable before the league does.

Enjoyed this post?
Subscribe to NFL Gridiron Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates from us!

Submit to Digg  Stumble This Story  Share on Twitter  Post on Facebook  Post on MySpace  Add to  Bark It Up  Submit to Reddit  Fave on Technorati

One Response to “Substantial Evidence Found Against Raiders Head Coach Tom Cable”

  1. Jen says:

    I think he should be given a slap on the wrist. Hanson should be a man a quit hiding behind his lawyer, he must of said or done something that pissed Cable off. That’s all the Raiders need is more negative attention!