Star midfielder Nat Fyfe has described Fremantle's grand final loss to Hawthorn as "old news".
Fyfe completed his second day of pre-season this morning, just weeks after claiming his first Doig Medal as the Dockers' best and fairest player in their most successful season.
Fremantle have healthy numbers of the track, with only a handful of players training away from the main group.
Defenders Clancee Pearce, Michael Johnson, Lee Spurr and Garrick Ibbotson were among those who ran laps away from their teammates.
Veterans Matthew Pavlich, Luke McPharlin and Aaron Sandilands joined in with the younger players before completing a running session with free agency recruit Colin Sylvia.
Michael Barlow was an absentee, while Anthony Morabito continued to show promise, training fully.
Big men Kepler Bradley and Jonathon Griffin, who are on the comeback from knee reconstructions, both made appearances although Griffin did much of his work behind closed doors.
Fyfe said the grand final was not being discussed and he still had not watched a full replay.
"Second session back today and we are just sort of dusting the cobwebs off and getting back into it," he said.
"It really is old news when you butter up with a heap of new kids on the track and it really is a completely new season.
"We will definitely take lessons from that game.
"We have probably still got some reviewing to do but it's a new year, new faces around so a fresh start.
"That bit of vision we saw on Doig Medal night was the first that I had seen and the first that a lot of the guys had seen."
The 22-year-old said he was unsure what his program would be like in his fifth pre-season.
"The fitness staff hold the final key to how much work you do and they manage players as they see fit throughout the pre-season so I am not sure exactly what they have in mind for me," he said.
"At the moment I am just easing back into it.
"This is only my second session and guys have been training for a couple of weeks now but they will monitor people as they see fit."