The NFL announced Wednesday that their investigation into allegations of domestic abuse by Raiders coach Tom Cable on a former spouse and girlfriend warranted no further punishment.
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The NFL announced Wednesday that no charges would be filed against Tom Cable after his first wife and a former girlfriend alleged in November that the Oakland Raiders coach physically abused them during their relationships.
Randy Hanson has filed a civil lawsuit against Raiders coach Tom Cable and the team, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
The alleged conduct by Raiders coach Tom Cable could be a violation of the league’s personal conduct policy, which applies to “all persons associated with the NFL,” and obviously includes coaches and players.
The NFL has continued its evaluation of Raiders assistant Randy Hanson‘s allegations that Tom Cable broke his jaw by striking him, but any action against the coach would be minimal at best, according to a league source.
Complete press release from the Napa County District Attorney’s office concerning the decision not to file assault chargers against Raiders head coach Tom Cable.
Napa County district attorney Gary Lieberstein chose not to press charges against Raiders coach Tom Cable for allegedly assaulting assistant Randy Hanson, NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports.
Posted: Saturday, October 17th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Chiefs, Kevin Smith, Matt Cassel, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Randy Hanson, Rex Ryan, Roundup, San Diego Chargers, Sebastian Vollmer, Shaun Phillips, Shawne Merriman, Tashard Choice, Tom Cable
The Raiders are forced to deal with legal matters surrounding their head coach, Tom Cable, and whether or not criminal charges will be filed against him for allegedly punching assistant coach Randy Hanson on Aug. 5 at the team’s training facility in Napa, Calif.
The Napa Police Department announced Friday on its Web site that it is investigating the incident that occurred at Raiders training-camp headquarters on Aug. 5, when assistant coach Randy Hanson told police he suffered injuries that resulted in him being treated at an emergency room.
Raiders defensive assistant Randy Hanson, who told police he was injured after being struck by another member of the team’s coaching staff Aug. 5, has retained an attorney to represent him, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Posted: Wednesday, August 19th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brandon Marshall, Brett Favre, Cleveland Browns, Colt Brennan, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Denver Broncos, Eric Mangini, Jason Campbell, Jay Cutler, Jim Zorn, Josh Cribbs, Josh McDaniels, Michael Vick, Mike Shanahan, Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, Randy Hanson, Roger Goodell, Shaun Rogers, Tom Cable, Washington Redskins
Now that Brett Favre and Mike Vick are gainfully employed, I thought I’d reflect back on what has been another wild NFL offseason (and I’m including the events of training camp as part of the “offseason,” cause, heck, we’re not in the regular season yet).
NFL will investigate allegations of Raiders defensive assistant Randy Hanson, who told Napa, Calif., police that he was struck by a member of the team’s staff during a meeting Aug. 5.