Trio Of Oakland Raiders Set To Participate In 2017 Pro Bowl

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Offensive Lineman Kelechi Osemele, Safety Reggie Nelson, and Center Rodney Hudson

The Silver and Black are well represented in Orlando, Fla., at the 2017 Pro Bowl, not just with fans in the stands, but with players suiting up in the game as well.

Center Rodney Hudson, safety Reggie Nelson, and offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele are the three Raiders who will take part in Sunday's game between the best players in the AFC and NFC, and since their arrival in Orlando, it's been a busy week for the trio.

The Pro Bowl kicks off Sunday evening at 5:00 p.m. PT on ESPN, but before the game gets underway, take a look at what the Pro Bowl Raiders have been up to this week.

Hudson, Nelson, and Osemele arrived in Orlando Wednesday to begin the week of Pro Bowl festivities.

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Philip Rivers and Eric Weddle chimed in to talk about John Pagano, the newest addition to the Raiders coaching staff.**

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Reggie Nelson was wired for sound during the first Pro Bowl practice of the week.**

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ESPN's Herm Edwards discussed Derek Carr, Khalil Mack, and the future of the Silver and Black.**

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Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid praised his former player – and current Raider – Rodney Hudson.**

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Kelechi Osemele was mic'd up during Thursday's Pro Bowl practice.**

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Former Raiders linebacker Kirk Morrison discussed the Raiders future as the team heads into 2017.**

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