Today is the seventh day of practice in Oxnard, and the third of four consecutive practices allowed under the current CBA.
There will be one more practice tomorrow before the team heads off for an extended stay in Canton to play in the Hall of Fame game on Thursday and attend the Jerry Jones enshrinement ceremonies over the weekend. They'll be back and practicing in Oxnard on Monday, August 7.
Here's an overview of the entire remaining training camp schedule (all times are Pacific Time):
Remaining Oxnard Training Camp Schedule
|August 7||Practice||3:45 PM|
|August 8||Practice||3:45 PM|
|August 9||Practice||3:45 PM|
|August 10||Practice||10:45 AM|
|Aug 11 - Aug. 13||No Practice||Pre-season game vs. Los Angeles Rams|
|August 14||Practice||3:45 PM|
|August 15||Practice||3:45 PM|
|August 16||Practice||3:45 PM|
|August 17||Practice||10:45 AM|
|August 18||No Practice||Break Camp|
Today's practice is scheduled to start at 3:45 pm PT / 6:45 pm ET.
Jaylon Smith, along with a handful of veteran players won't be attending practice today.
No Jaylon Smith today at practice.— David Helman (@HelmanDC) July 31, 2017
Today is also a vet day. No Witten, Dez, McFadden, Scandrick, Lee or Crawford at practice.
Other players sitting out: DE David Irving (ankle), CB Jourdan Lewis (hamstring), WR Ryan Switzer (hamstring), DT Maliek Collins (hip), LB Justin Durant (NFI), OT Chaz Green (shoulder).
With at least 13 players sitting out practice today, that should give us a good look at some of the backup players who'll be getting first-team reps.
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