While no update on the planned meeting was available, Cable left the team facility Thursday evening without speaking to the media, reports the San Jose Mercury News.
Raiders senior executive John Herrera said Cable and Davis could meet again Friday. Cable has spent the 10 days since the season ended evaluating the team with his assistant coaches.
Cable's status is in question after he went 5-11 in his first full season as coach and failed to develop JaMarcus Russell into a legitimate NFL quarterback. Cable is 9-19 since he replaced Lane Kiffin early in the 2008 season, leading the Raiders to their NFL-worst seventh consecutive season with at least 11 losses.
Cable has pointed to the team's improvement after Russell's midseason benching as proof that he deserves another year to get the Raiders back to the playoffs.
Cable also had solid support from his players, who publicly advocated for him in hopes of maintaining continuity for a franchise that has had five head coaches in the past seven seasons.
Information from the Associated Press was included in this report.