News | Stats | Stat vs. Team | Targets | Injury | Depth Chart | Roster
Thu, 15 Apr 2010 15:00:40 -0700
The Associated Press reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable asked a court Thursday, April 15, to throw out a civil suit filed by former assistant coach Randy Hanson. Cable allegedly attacked Hanson at a training camp meeting in August, leaving him with a fractured haw and broken teeth. In a motion filed in Alameda County (Calif.) Superior Court, Cable argued that Hanson's case against Cable and the team should be decided in arbitration under NFL rules. A hearing is scheduled for May 13.
Tue, 23 Feb 2010 20:01:30 -0800
The Associated Press reports former Oakland Raiders assistant Randy Hanson sued head coach Tom Cable and the team Tuesday, Feb. 23, for damages suffered during a training camp scuffle that resulted in Hanson being treated for a fractured jaw and broken teeth. The suit alleged that Cable "without warning or provocation" grabbed Hanson during an Aug. 5 coaches meeting. Cable then threw Hanson against the wall, causing the left side of Hanson's face to strike a table, then hit Hanson while he was on the floor, according to the lawsuit. The suit alleged that after other coaches restrained Cable, he threatened to kill Hanson. The lawsuit accuses Cable of assault, battery and intention infliction of emotional distress. It claims the team made only a cursory investigation of the attack and ratified Cable's conduct by failing to discipline him and by not allowing Hanson to remain as an assistant coach.
Wed, 09 Dec 2009 19:56:31 -0800
Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers, reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable was surprised to learn assistant coach Randy Hanson returned to the team's building Wednesday, Dec. 9. Cable did not know if Hanson was returning to work or if he would have a role on the field. Sources said Hanson was working in the scouting department Wednesday.
Mon, 05 Oct 2009 08:14:22 -0700
Updating a previous item, Jason Cole, of Yahoo! Sports, reports the Oakland Raiders are bracing for the possibility that head coach Tom Cable could soon be arrested in relation to an alleged assault on assistant coach Randy Hanson. Criminal charges against Cable could lead to a suspension by the NFL. "Everybody is trying to figure out who's going to take over if Tom isn't here," said an assistant coach, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "John Marshall has a lot of experience, he's probably the guy. But it's nuts. It's crazy when you start to really think about it."
Mon, 05 Oct 2009 06:13:55 -0700
Steve Corkran, of the Oakland Tribune, reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable will meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about his alleged role in a training camp incident in which assistant coach Randy Hanson sustained a broken jaw after being struck by another Oakland coach, according to Jay Glazer, of FOX Sports. Goodell could take disciplinary action based on results from an investigation conducted by the Napa Police Department.
Mon, 28 Sep 2009 20:53:13 -0700
Jason La Canfora, of the NFL Network, reports Oakland Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson told Napa Valley (Calif.) police last week that he was struck by head coach Tom Cable and suffered a broken jaw, according to Hanson's attorney, John McGuinn. McGuinn would not go into specific details about what Hanson told police, but he called the case "a textbook case of felony assault." McGuinn said Hanson has continued to receive paychecks from the team since the Aug. 5 incident, but Hanson has been told to stay away from the team's facility. McGuinn said Hanson was interviewed for roughly 90 minutes Friday, Sept. 25, and he has turned over his medical records detailing his broken jaw.
Tue, 22 Sep 2009 17:01:56 -0700
Bill Williamson, of ESPN.com, reports the Napa, Calif., Police Department is continuing its investigation involving an assault allegedly involving Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable and defensive assistant Randy Hanson. Cable reportedly assaulted Hanson in an Aug. 5 incident during the team's training camp in Napa. Hanson reportedly suffered a broken jaw in the incident. Napa police commander Andy Lewis said Tuesday, Sept. Sept. 22, the case is "ongoing." Lewis said there is no timetable to conclude the investigation.
Fri, 04 Sep 2009 15:40:21 -0700
Brad Biggs, of the National Football Post, reports the Napa, Calif., police department continue to investigate the alleged assault on Oakland Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson. Hanson suffered a fractured jaw when he was allegedly attacked by head coach Tom Cable in a meeting room Aug. 5, according to sources. Napa police took a report from Hanson the next day. Cmdr. Andy Lewis said, "We don't have any new updates at this time." Lewis added he had no timetable either. If medical records show that Hanson's jaw is indeed fractured, his assailant could potentially face felony charges.
Mon, 24 Aug 2009 20:40:58 -0700
CBSSports.com reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable said he has not been contacted by Napa (Calif.) police or the NFL regarding his alleged altercation with defensive assistant Randy Hanson.
Fri, 21 Aug 2009 15:19:01 -0700
Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers, reports the Napa Police Department said in a statement that they are reopening the instigation of an alleged assault on Oakland Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson.
Fri, 21 Aug 2009 14:34:33 -0700
Updating an ongoing story, Brad Biggs, of The National Football Post, reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable allegedly knocked assistant coach Randy Hanson out of his chair and up against a wall and into a cabinet, according to a source. The source said Cable was choking Hanson and threatening his life until other people pulled Cable off of Hanson but Cable went after Hanson again. "Cable said, 'I am going to kill you, I am going to kill you,' as he was choking him," according to the source.
Thu, 20 Aug 2009 21:26:52 -0700
CBSSports.com reports Oakland Raiders defensive assistant Randy Hanson intends to cooperate with Napa (Calif.) police in a possible assault investigation involving head coach Tom Cable, according to the National Football Post. Hanson's attorney will provide medical records to the police Friday, Aug. 21, that show Hanson suffered a broken jaw in the alleged Aug. 5 incident. Lt. Brian McGovern has said felony charges are possible if Hanson's jaw is broken. Cable said, "We're still going to handle it internally. The one thing I will tell you is that when all the facts come out, everything will be fine."
Wed, 19 Aug 2009 05:34:02 -0700
ESPN.com reports the National Football League will investigate reports that Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable got into a fight with defensive assistant Randy Hanson. After initially calling it "an internal issue that we are dealing with," Cable denied anything transpired at all with Hanson earlier this month. Cable allegedly punched Hanson in the jaw. "Nothing happened," Cable said Tuesday, Aug. 18, when asked about it following a joint practice with the San Francisco 49ers. "Listen, you want to talk about this football team and the players on this football team, I'll talk all day. Otherwise, I'm not getting into it."
Tue, 18 Aug 2009 05:51:07 -0700
ESPN.com reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable denied reports Monday, Aug. 17, that he punched defensive assistant Randy Hanson in the jaw and caused injuries that required treatment at a hospital earlier this month. Cable's claims are backed by former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah, who told ESPN's Chris Mortensen that Hanson broke a facial bone when his cheek hit a cabinet in a team meeting room when Cable flipped him out of his chair, according to a source. Jeremiah also wrote on his Twitter page that Cable reacted when Hanson spoke profanely to defensive coordinator John Marshall. He rebuked Hanson, then pushed his chair, which caused the injury.
Mon, 17 Aug 2009 14:51:42 -0700
Updating a previous report, Nancy Gay, of AOL FanHouse, reports Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable was the person who punched assistant coach Randy Hanson during an altercation Wednesday, Aug. 5, according to sources. Sources said Hanson never saw the punch from Cable coming. Hanson reportedly suffered a fractured jaw as a result of the altercation, according to a league source.
Mon, 17 Aug 2009 13:00:28 -0700
The National Football Post reports Oakland Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson was injured after getting into an altercation with another member of the coaching staff Wednesday, Aug. 5, according to a Napa, Calif., police report. Hanson was treated at a hospital for an injured jaw.
Wed, 07 Mar 2007 07:32:22 -0800
Jason Jones, of the Sacramento Bee, reports the Oakland Raiders have added Randy Hanson as the team's assistant defensive backs coach.
Tue, 13 Feb 2007 08:22:53 -0800
Bill Coats, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports the Oakland Raiders are expected to hire Randy Hanson as their assistant secondary coach. Hanson previously served as the offensive quality control coach of the St. Louis Rams.
Fri, 11 Aug 2006 20:59:34 -0700
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan called offensive plays on gameday and quarterbacks coach Doug Nussmeier worked with the quarterbacks. Running backs coach Wayne Moses and wide receivers coach Henry Ellard worked sideline substitutions, something the team includes in practice during the week. In the coaches booth, offensive quality control coach Randy Hanson serves as Linehan's eyes in the sky. "He basically scouts me during the games, and gives all the tendencies on the play calls and what we're running out of this personnel grouping. It's actually uncanny, the information I get. It helps me in the mix of the play calls." Offensive coordinator Greg Olson provides information on field position, the spotting of the ball, and reminders about the game plan.
Mon, 06 Feb 2006 12:58:27 -0800
STLToday.com reports the St. Louis Rams have hired Randy Hanson as the team's offensive assistant/quality control coach.
Fri, 27 Jan 2006 22:53:32 -0800
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan confirmed the team has hired Randy Hanson as his quality control assistant on offense.
Sat, 21 Jan 2006 19:42:37 -0800
The Star Tribune reports the St. Louis Rams have hired former Minnesota Vikings offensive assistant and assistant quarterbacks coach Randy Hanson. Hanson's job in St. Louis hasn't been determined.