NFL powerless to punish Tom Cable

Much to the chagrin of ESPN, the NFL will not punish Tom Cable. Citing a statue of limitations of sorts, Greg Aiello of the league office declared any incidents that may have occurred prior to Cable’s arrival in the NFL to be outside of their jurisdiction. Therefore ESPN’s witch hunt did little more than to unnecessarily smear Coach Cable while simultaneously lending credence to those stereotypical notions of the Raider organization.

Thanks for that Disney.

Your tireless work ethic and upstanding journalistic integrity are paramount in the sports world. Ignoring Ben Roethlisberger’s rape allegations while instead choosing to dig up dirt on an NFL coach speaks volumes with regards to your watchdog practices.  

Hey, at least you guys always check your sources to prevent embarrassment. God forbid you should be duped on live television by a prank caller.

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  • Slam

    Al Davis and the Raiders treat ESPN ( and every other media outlet )like shit, so why should ESPN give them the benefit of the doubt ?

    Maybe when it’s all said and done, Tom Cable shouldn’t act like an 9th grader after 5 beers.