Napa Police Investigator: “Can you tell us what happened between you and Randy Hanson?”
Tom Cable: “Well—“
John Herrera: “Randy slipped and fell into a cabinet.”
Napa Police Investigator: “Sir, let Mr. Cable speak.”
Tom Cable: “I—“
John Herrera: "This interview is over."
Napa Police Investigator: “Sir, this is a police investigation. You'll need to wait outside while we speak to Mr. Cable.”
John Herrera: "According to NFL rules, all players and coaches of the Oakland Raiders can be accompanied by a team spokesman."
Napa Police Investigator: "Ok, well this overrides that. It's a civil justice and legal matter."
John Herrera takes legal papers out of his pocket and hands them to the investigator.
Napa Police Investigator: "I've never seen anything like this. Al Davis Football, Inc. says it has legal authority in all matters concerning the team, including the jaw of a defensive assistant and the fist of the head coach and all furniture in the room, including chairs and cabinets. Hmmmm..."
John Herrera: “You lose, pal. Like I said, Hanson fell and got hurt. Capiche? Or do I need to get our legal department involved?”
(John’s cell phone rings)
Herrera picks it up and says to Napa Police investigator: "It's for you."
Napa Police Investigator: "...Yes, Mr. Davis. I understand. No problem. Sorry for the inconvenience. No—no, there's no problem. Right. Ok, well, good luck to you too. I hope you guys turn it around this season. JaMarcus couldn't be that bad, could he? Yea... alright, take care."
Napa Police Investigator: “Mr. Cable, there's been a misunderstanding, you can go."