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Raiders Conclude Training Camp

Posted Aug 23, 2012

The Oakland Raiders concluded their 2012 Training Camp in Napa, Calif., Thursday.

The moving trucks pack up the equipment as Training Camp 2012 ends. Photo by Tony Gonzales

The Raiders took the field at their Napa Valley Training Complex for the final time of Training Camp 2012, powered by Verizon 4G LTE. The team returns to Alameda and will transition to a regular season routine at their practice facility.

"I thought it was good work," said Head Coach Dennis Allen. "I thought we had a chance to get better. Our guys worked extremely hard. We still have a long way to go and a lot of things we have to continue to improve on, but I thought it was a good foundation for what we’re trying to build."

"I think we have a great situation here in Napa," added Coach Allen. "This is, as far as the set up, it’s the best training camp I’ve ever been a part of, from that standpoint. The weather’s been great, the hotels been outstanding, that’s been good. I think our work has been good so I was pleased with what we did here in training camp."

The Raiders host the Detroit Lions Saturday, August 25 at 4:00 p.m. PT. Log on to Raiders.com, the official Facebook page, and Twitter for complete coverage of the game.

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