NAPA, Calif. (AP) - Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable isn't
talking about reports he punched defensive assistant Randy Hanson
in the jaw and caused injuries that required treatment at a
hospital earlier this month.
According to AOL Fanhouse, Cable hit Hanson on Aug. 5 for unknown reasons. A report filed with the Napa Police Department describes an unnamed 41-year-old assistant coach being treated at the Queen of the Valley Hospital for a jaw injury, which the victim alleges was caused by an unidentified member of the Raiders coaching staff.
Cable, who replaced Lane Kiffin as Oakland's head coach four games into the 2008 season, repeatedly sidestepped questions Monday about the incident and declined to discuss his involvement.