NAPA -- Midway through the Raiders' first practice session of training camp, Tommy Kelly jumped offsides.
How exactly would coach Dennis Allen handle it?
Take Kelly the field? Make him run laps? Upbraid him in front of the entire team.
According to Kelly, Allen's reaction on Monday was measured in tone.
"He told me, 'I know what you're trying to do, but try and look at the ball more,' " Kelly said.
How the Raiders deal with penalties will be one storylines of camp, which resumes with the second practice Tuesday afternoon. The Raiders set NFL records with 163 penalties for 1,358 yards last season.
Allen has already said he has no plans to bring in officials, as Hue Jackson did last season. He's promised players will be accountable, and that it will be addressed every practice, every meeting.
"It's things we preach on a day-to-day basis," Allen said. "I think if you ask our players, there's not many days that go by that we're not making a point of that. To win in the NFL you've got to learn how to not beat yourselves. It's my job to get them to understand that.
"It's my job to get them to understand that and at the end of the day, it's the players' job to make sure they get it corrected."
Kelly, who has a long history of trying to get a jump on the offense lineman, knows it won't always be easy.
"They're habits. I've been doing it for 31 years," Kelly said. "It's hard to break. As long as you have someone