Oakland Raiders Wrap Up First Week Of Offseason Workout Program

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Running Back Taiwan Jones and Running Back Jalen Richard

After three months away from the team's Alameda, Calif., practice facility, the Silver and Black got back to work this week, officially kicking off the 2017 Offseason Workout Program.

Phase I of the program is limited to primarily working out, recovery, and spending time with the team's strength and conditioning staff, and following the Oakland Raiders first day of workouts, quarterback Derek Carr, defensive end Khalil Mack, and center Rodney Hudson all took to the podium.

Spoiler alert: Carr and his right fibula are feeling fine.

The reigning AP Defensive Player of the Year – who just had his fifth-year option exercised by the way – addressed the media, talking about how his offseason training went, and his goals for 2017.

Hudson also gave his two cents on getting back to work, and shared some of his thoughts about the team's approved relocation to Las Vegas.

Although the players didn't have pads on, and weren't going through football-specific drills, that didn't stop them from getting after it in the weight room.

You can see some of the best images from Week 1 of the Offseason Workout Program, below.

An exclusive look at the Oakland Raiders as they arrive to the practice facility and begin the 2017 offseason workout program.

An exclusive look at the second day of the Offseason Workout Program.

An exclusive look at Day 3 of the Offseason Workout Program.

An exclusive look at the fourth day of the Offseason Workout Program

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