ALAMEDA, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders have been forced to cancel the final two days of their offseason program.
The league and players union announced Wednesday that they had resolved an unspecified dispute about the team's offseason program.
The release said the team would cancel organized team activities scheduled for June 16 and 17. Players will not be permitted at the facility but will be paid for the sessions. The Raiders have one additional OTA session scheduled for Thursday and another next Tuesday.
The Raiders lost a week of their offseason program in 2007 because of the intensity of practices under coach Lane Kiffin.
The Baltimore Ravens were penalized earlier this week for the same infraction.