DA Still Deciding Whether to Charge Tom Cable with Assault

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NAPA, Calif. (AP) - The Napa County district attorney says he is still reviewing the alleged assault case against Oakland Raiders coach Tom Cable and does not expect any decision on possible charges for at least a few more days.

DA Gary Lieberstein said Monday on his media hotline that he has no new information to report and does not anticipate any decision until at least Wednesday or Thursday.

He says his office will take whatever time officials believe is necessary to reach "the appropriate and just decision."

Defensive assistant Randy Hanson has alleged that he was assaulted by Cable during training camp and that his jaw was broken in the Aug. 5 attack at the team's training camp hotel in Napa. Cable has denied the allegations.