Raiders tackle Donald Penn said last month that quarterback Derek Carr was already closing in on being back to full strength after a broken leg ended his 2016 season in December.
General Manager Reggie McKenzie reaffirmed that notion on Monday at the NFL owner’s meetings in Phoenix. McKenzie said that Carr will be a full-go for the team’s offseason workout program, via Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com.
The Raiders can begin their offseason programs on April 17. OTAs take place in May before a final veteran mini-camp in June.
Carr sustained the broken leg on Dec. 24 in a 33-25 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.