INDIANAPOLIS — Tom Cable said Friday that he’s happy in his new job as assistant head coach and offensive line coach of the Seahawks.
But Cable remains proud of what he did as head coach of the Raiders, with whom he had a 17-27 record (including a 4-8 mark as interim coach in 2008) before being fired after an 8-8 finish in January. He’s also appreciative of the support he has received from several of his former Raiders players.
“We had it going in the right direction,” Cable said at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Now, working in Seattle allows the California native to be near Snohomish, Wash., where he attended high school, and he’s thrilled to be part of the high-energy atmosphere that Pete Carroll began building when he took over the Seahawks’ helm last year.