Former Raiders coach convicted of felony battery

Randy Hanson found guilty of hitting man in face with beer bottle. Terry McCormick

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Former Oakland Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson faces up to four years in prison after being convicted of felony battery for hitting a man in the face with a beer bottle, according to the San Luis Obispo Tribune.

Hanson was found guilty of hitting James Kelsey, who suffered a broken nose and cuts, in an incident in a bar in San Luis Obispo last Aug. 4, when Hanson worked at Cal Poly as an assistant football coach.

Hanson is famously (or infamously) known for being on the receiving end of a broken jaw in 2009 from then-Raiders head coach Tom Cable, who knocked him out of a chair. No criminal charges were filed against Cable, though Hanson later sued.

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