The Raiders on Wednesday were penalized two of their 12 organized team activities days for an unspecified violation of the rules regarding offseason workouts.
Coach Tom Cable on Wednesday didn't mention the dispute or the potential for losing practice time.
The punishment was meted out after the NFL Management Council and the NFL Players Association resolved the issue, soon after Cable addressed the media.
Two Raiders officials said the team has no comment on the matter. Neither would confirm the nature of the infraction that led to the punishment.
Raiders players aren't permitted access to the team's year-round facility in Alameda next Wednesday and Thursday, scheduled offseason workout days, though they will be paid.
That leaves the Raiders with a practice today and one Tuesday before training camp begins in late July.
The Raiders were penalized the final week of their offseason workouts in June 2007 under then-coach Lane Kiffin. That sanction came as a result of several players complaining to the NFL Players Association about the intensity of the practices.
— STEVE CORKRAN