ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) - The Oakland Raiders say they will undertake a "serious evaluation" of domestic violence allegations against coach Tom Cable.
In a statement released Monday, the team says it does not condone the alleged attacks by Cable against his first wife and former girlfriend. The team also notes it has fired employees for misconduct in the past.
Cable declined to respond to any specific questions Monday about
whether he has an anger management issue following the allegations from his first wife and former girlfriend on ESPN that he physically abused them at various times during their relationships.
Cable said he was the coach of the Raiders and that he thought "my future is to be the coach of the Raiders."