The Raiders are in a quiet part of the NFL calendar, enjoying some downtime before the season ramps up for good. That officially happens July 29, when the Silver and Black conduct their first full-squad training camp practice at the Napa Valley Marriott.
Veterans report the day before, which starts a heavy practice run that includes 11 practices in the first 13 days.
Rookies and quarterbacks report on July 24, with a few extra days to prepare for full practices.
The Raiders will have 13 full-squad practice dates in Napa, before breaking camp to return to their Alameda complex. That run includes the preseason opener at Arizona on Aug. 12.
They play at Green Bay Aug. 18, and will form more of a standard regular season schedule after that.
The Raiders wrap the exhibition slate with home games against Tennessee on Aug. 27 and Seattle on Sept. 1.
The 90-man roster limit drops to 75 on Aug. 30 and 53 on Sept. 3. The Raiders open the regular season at New Orleans on Sept. 11.
Training camp practices are not open to the general public. Season ticket holders and charity groups can attend open practices session by invitation only.