NAPA, Calif. (AP) - Investigators are planning to interview Oakland Raiders coach Tom Cable about an alleged altercation that ended with assistant Randy Hanson in the hospital.
A spokesperson for the Napa police department told ESPN.com on
Wednesday that Cable would be interviewed as part of the investigation, but did not provide a date.
Hanson was hospitalized with a broken bone in his face following the Aug. 5 attack that he told police was initiated by a member of the Raiders coaching staff at the team's training camp hotel in Napa. Internet reports said Cable attacked Hanson during a meeting with some of the team's defensive coaches.
Cable has said nothing happened. The NFL also is investigating.