Rumor: Tom Cable might not be prosecuted

We are far from hearing the last of the Tom Cable/Randy Hanson situation, but there is a chance that we might not hear another peep from the Napa County District Attorney.

Mike Florio cites an unnamed source stating that the three coaches who witnessed the incident are not corroborating Hanson’s story as initially reported by Yahoo! last Sunday.   

Florio even goes as far as to say that Cable and his lawyer could go after Hanson once the full details have emerged.

It should be noted that Florio isn’t exactly the most reliable source for Raider info. While he tends to be in the right neighborhood, he often has the wrong address.

As evidence, I offer you his reporting of a somewhat controversial call in the Raiders’ wretched loss to the Giants. Florio clearly was not paying any attention to the game – as were the men in Silver and Black – by stating that Michael Bush coughed up the rock when it was Justin Fargas. The error was corrected though the initial post began with a brief blurb about Bush replacing the injured Darren McFadden to give the story a “news edge”. Mr. PFT also thought he was getting in front of the curve by reporting JaMarcus Russell was listed ahead of Jeff Garcia on the initial depth chart in training camp when Garcia had yet to even practice. Credit where credit due, Florio was the first to report the earth shattering news of the Raiders parting ways with Stryker Sulak.

What am I saying with all this?

Take the report with a grain of salt and understand that no matter what happens Tom Cable will have to answer to a higher authority – Roger Goodell.

 

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