Raiders Round-Up: Marquette King Has Some Fun And Karl Joseph Buys Special Gift

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Punter Marquette King

It's the offseason and the Oakland Raiders are currently absent from the facility, let's take a look at how members of the team are spending their time.

Playoffs:

While the Silver and Black lost in the first round of the postseason, the players have remained engaged in what's currently taking place around the league. This past weekend, AFC and NFC teams battled it out in the divisional round of the playoffs and several players shared their thoughts.

Running back Taiwan Jones was in attendance at the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys game on Sunday to support former Raider Darren McFadden.

MLK Day:

January 16 is a day of celebration and recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and players expressed their gratitude for what he's done for civil rights.

Some Good News:

Khalil Mack and Derek Carr retweeted a notice regarding the disappearance of a child in Oakland that was fortunately found.

Rookie safety Karl Joseph made an important purchase for a family member, as he bought his mom a house.

Seems like Marquette is missing football...

I'm addicted...

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