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What started out as a press conference to introduce new head coach Hue Jackson, turned into a bizarre mud slinging contest with hints of a sex scandal.
Oakland Raiders boss Al Davis has always been known as a maverick, he's moved his team from Oakland to Los Angeles then back again and fired a boatload of coaches.
Throughout it all Davis has managed to keep a firm grip on the team.
During the press conference yesterday, Davis let himself get off track by beginning to speak about issues he says led to the firing of coach Tom Cable after this seasons 8-8 record.
Davis said Cable was a wife beater, talked about the 2009 incident where Cable allegedly broke assistant coach Randy Hanson's jaw and hinted Cable was bringing freaks on the road with him when the Raiders traveled.
"He knew I could throw him out without any money," Davis said of ending Cable. "There's no way he can come clean on this. He knows what he did."
When asked why he didn't just fire cable during the season if he was causing all these problems Davis said: "We had a shot with five games to go to get in the playoffs. There's no telling how far we could have gone. "... With five games to go, we messed it up. Not necessarily on offense. We didn't play well enough on defense."
And then there is Davis' health. He looked like a very sick man sitting on stage. It's probably time for him to hang it up.