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  • Saints' Johnathan Abram: Staying with New Orleans

    Abram agreed to a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. In nine regular-season games with the Saints in 2023, the 2019 first-round draft pick recorded 26 tackles and one interception. By bringing back the 27-year-old, New Orleans' secondary maintains some needed depth following the offseason departures of Marcus Maye, Isaac Yiadom and Lonnie Johnson.
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  • Saints' Johnathan Abram: Gets promotion

    Abram signed with the Saints' 53-man roster from their practice squad Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Abram had previously been elevated three times this season by New Orleans, although he hasn't suited up since Week 5 against the Patriots. With Marcus Maye (shoulder) questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions, the Saints have opted to bring Abram back to their active roster to strengthen their depth in the secondary.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Questionable for Sunday

    Abram (illness) is questionable for Sunday's matchup against New Orleans, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports. Abram logged back-to-back limited sessions after not practicing Wednesday due to an illness and will likely be a game-time decision ahead of Sunday's 1:00 PM ET kickoff. The third-year safety has been a key piece of Las Vegas' secondary this season, so his potential absence would be a huge blow to the Raiders defense.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Misses practice

    Abram (illness) did not practice Wednesday. Abram must have picked up his illness following Week 7's win over the Texans as he played the entire matchup. Through his first six games with Las Vegas, Abram has compiled 40 tackles (30 solo) and one pass breakup. He'll have two more practice chances ahead of Sunday's game against the Saints.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Eight tackles in win

    Abram recorded eight tackles (six solo) during Sunday's 38-20 win over the Texans. Abram notched his most tackles in a game since recording 12 during the season opener. Across six appearances, he's notched 40 tackles and one pass defense, putting him slightly behind pace to match his career-high 116 stops from a year ago.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Participating in offseason workouts

    Abram (shoulder) has been participating in offseason work and will likely be the starting safety next to Trevon Moehrig to begin the 2022 campaign, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Abram registered a career-high 116 tackles across 14 games last year before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury. However, he appears to have moved past the issue and should be good to go for Week 1. The Raiders opted to decline the 2019 first-round pick's fifth-year option for the 2023 season, so he'll be playing for a new contract this fall.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Vegas declines fifth-year option

    The Raiders declined Abram's (shoulder) fifth-year option for 2023 on Friday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Abram started 14 games during the 2021 season and registered a career-high 116 tackles, five tackles for loss, four pass deflections and one interception. However, the 2019 first-round pick underwent season-ending surgery after dislocating his shoulder against the Browns in Week 15. He's expected to be healthy by the start of the regular season, but he'll be playing for a new contract during the 2022 campaign.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Set for season-ending surgery

    Abram is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery Thursday on his dislocated shoulder, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Abram had been hopeful to play through the injury, but he'll heed the advice of doctors and sit out the remainder of the campaign, with his upcoming procedure expected to put him at full strength entering 2022. Before exiting in the second half of Monday's win over the Browns, Abram had played every snap on defense through Las Vegas' first 14 games. He'll finish his third NFL season with a career-high 116 tackles to go with four pass breakups, one interception and one fumble recovery.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Questionable to return Monday

    Abram (shoulder) is questionable to return to Monday's contest against the Browns. Abram had a team-high nine tackles -- including two for loss --before he left the contest in the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury. If he is unable to return, then Roderic Teamer would likely slide into the starting lineup opposite of Trevon Moehrig.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Ties as team's leading tackler

    Abram had 10 tackles (four solo) in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. Abram recorded double-digit tackles for the fourth time over the last five games and currently ranks second on the Raiders in stops this season. In 13 games, Abrams has recorded 107 tackles (58 solo) and four passes defended while playing on 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Makes six stops

    Abram recorded six tackles, one pass defended and recovered a fumble in Sunday's 33-22 win over the Eagles. Abram has been active forcing turnovers the last two weeks, first picking off a pass in Week 6 before adding the recovered fumble in Week 7. He has played in 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps this season and tallied a minimum of six tackles in every contest.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Picks up injuries

    Abram (shoulder/calf) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Abram got in a full practice to begin the week, though he apparently picked up a pair of injuries at some point. He is now questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Broncos, though it's positive that he was still able to take the field for some level of participation Thursday. Through five games this season, Abram has managed 39 total tackles and one pass defended.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Ready for third season

    Abram (hip) participated in the offseason program and will be ready for training camp, Levi Edwards of the Raiders' official site reports. A 2019 first-round pick, Abram played just one game as a rookie, but he demonstrated his upside in 2020 by stacking up 86 tackles, six pass breakups and two interceptions over 13 games. Toward the end of the season, Abram began playing a box safety role that entailed him functioning more as a linebacker, where he was able to stop the run and pressure the quarterback more often. Abram believes that role fits his talents best, and new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley has already revealed his plans to feature Abram accordingly.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Listed as questionable

    Abram (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Coach Jon Gruden was pessimistic about the safety's chances of suiting up earlier this week, but it looks like Abram has a chance to avoid missing a second consecutive game. Lamarcus Joyner will likely continue filling in for Abram if he's ultimately unable to give it a go.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Trending in wrong direction

    Coach Jon Gruden said Monday that he's not confident that Abram (knee) can play in Sunday's game versus the Colts, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Abram appears set to miss a second straight game. If his condition starts to improve, it'll likely become evident as the practice week progresses. Lamarcus Joyner is the next man up at strong safety if Abram indeed sits out.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Misses practice Wednesday

    Abram (knee) didn't suit up in Wednesday's practice. Abram saw action in 96 percent of defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Falcons, so the team could be looking to monitor his practice snaps leading up to Week 13. The 2019 first-round pick has been outstanding in his last four games, racking up 31 tackles (23 solo), two pass breakups and an interception. If Abram was unable to suit up in Week 13's game against the Jets, Lamarcus Joyner would be in line for the start at strong safety.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Placed on COVID-19 list

    The Raiders placed Abram on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Abram was placed on the list due to being a high-risk close contact, after Clelin Ferrell tested positive for the virus Tuesday. The Mississippi State product will need to have two negative tests 24 hours apart before gaining clearance. If Abram is forced to miss Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Jeff Heath will take over as the team's starting strong safety.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Managing injury

    Abram (groin) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice. Abram was a question mark before suiting up last week with an illness, but he appears to be managing a new issue. It's unclear how serious the groin injury is for the Mississippi State product, but expect his practice availability the rest of the week to shed a better light on his chances to play this week. If he's forced to miss time, Jeff Heath would be in line for a start at strong safety.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Racks up 10 tackles

    Abram totaled 10 tackles (six solo) and one pass defensed in Sunday's win over the Chargers. Abram finished with 10 or more tackles for just the second time this season, with his other such performance coming in Week 1 against the Panthers. The 2019 first-round pick will head into Week 10 against Denver with 42 tackles (31 solo), four passes defensed and an interception through seven contests.
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  • Raiders' Johnathan Abram: Sent home as precaution

    Abram was sent home from practice Wednesday due to COVID-19 contact tracing, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. The entire Raiders' offensive line was also sent home, revealing a possible COVID-19 outbreak in the team's facilities. At this time, it doesn't appear Abram has tested positive for the virus, but he may have come into close contact with an infected person. His status is in question for this Sunday's home game versus the Buccaneers.
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