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Fri, 28 Oct 2011 07:40:54 -0700
Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson acknowledged some of the issues raised by former QB JaMarcus Russell during his three-year stay in Oakland, while at the same time saying they weren't the reason he was waived. Russell said in an interview he didn't get support from his teammates or former head coach Tom Cable. Jackson said he was told by Russell of the sleep apnea and "some of the things he'd gone through, but that's not the reason he's not here. I think there were several other factors, things that we don't need to get into."
Wed, 26 Oct 2011 06:24:32 -0700
Former Oakland Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell said during an interview that he felt betrayed by his former head coach, Tom Cable. Russell said he felt as if he was the scapegoat for everything that went wrong during his tenure with the team. "I stuck my neck out for him," Russell said. "Didn't complain when he benched me as the starter. Didn't complain when he called the same plays five damn times. Didn't (badmouth) him to other coaches. When the (media) asks me, I say, 'He's a good coach, a good guy.' Then I hear he says I was the worst thing ever that happened to the Raiders, if it weren't for him we'd be in the playoffs? ... It just got to where the game wasn't fun for me."
Sat, 01 Oct 2011 08:14:19 -0700
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said offensive line coach Tom Cable expected to be at the game Week 4 despite recently having back surgery. Cable is expected to sit in the coaching box during the game.
Thu, 20 Jan 2011 07:36:09 -0800
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable, currently an assistant head coach with the Seattle Seahawks, said during a radio interview that he was honored to coach the Raiders and believes the team has a bright future, according to Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers. "As I mentioned, you can't laugh at 'em any more. You can't do those kind of things. It had been through a lot of hard times because of some decisions and things that were made," Cable said. "Now, I think that group of players, moving forward, they can do something really cool, and I hope they do. I'm proud of 'em. I was very honored to coach 'em, and work with those assistant coaches, and that's how I feel about it ... For them moving forward, I wish Hue the best, and for him and those players to do something with it now because it's in place and it's set up to do that."
Tue, 18 Jan 2011 21:22:20 -0800
Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis addressed the media Tuesday, Jan. 18, and explained why he fired head coach Tom Cable, reports The Associated Press. Davis said that he withheld $120,000 from Cable's last six checks because of the strain placed on the organization from lawsuits involving the coach allegedly assaulting a former assistant coach and a former girlfriend.
Mon, 17 Jan 2011 17:03:44 -0800
The Seattle Seahawks have hired former Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable as an assistant head coach and offensive line coach, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Sun, 16 Jan 2011 11:22:20 -0800
Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis fined former head coach Tom Cable a total of $120,000 during the season, sources told Adam Schefter, of ESPN. Davis was said to be upset with Cable over the fact the Raiders lost two days of offseason workouts. Cable has filed a grievance with the NFL over the fines.
Thu, 06 Jan 2011 07:19:35 -0800
Oakland Raiders QB Jason Campbell said in a radio interview the reason former head coach Tom Cable likely was not retained was due to his relationship with managing general partner Al Davis, according to Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers. "I think it probably came down to the relationship between Mr. Davis and coach Cable, and their view on things and how they saw things," Campbell said. "The decision was made and I'm pretty sure it just came down to Mr. Davis and coach Cable and they probably sat down and talked about it, and that's where they went."
Wed, 05 Jan 2011 06:07:55 -0800
The Oakland Raiders have informed head coach Tom Cable that they will not pick up his two-year, $5 million option in his contract, which means he will not return next season, reports The Associated Press.
Tue, 04 Jan 2011 07:47:23 -0800
Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable said Monday, Jan. 3, he and managing general partner Al Davis had not scheduled a time to talk about the season or his own status as head coach, according to Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers. "I'm going to rest for a few days," Cable said. "We'll have a chance to meet some time in the next two weeks, but nothing has been set up ... Right now is a time to reflect, evaluate the team, evaluate the staff. We'll sit down when it's right and necessary and make those decisions."
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