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This Week Outlook
Raiders S Johnathan Abram suffered a dislocated shoulder in Monday night's Week 15 game vs the Cleveland Browns.
Pelissero notes that this is not the first time Abram has sustained this injury before, it has not resulted in missed time previously, and that an MRI will be conducted on the shoulder soon. Follow along with this story as we learn the extent of the injury to Las Vegas' defensive standout defender in the near future.
Raiders safety Jonathan Abram (concussion, knee) won't play in Thursday's Week 15 game against the Chargers.
Fantasy managers who play in IDP leagues will want to be sure to remove Abram from their lineups. The hard-hitting safety has totaled 52 tackles and two interceptions this year.
Raiders safety Jonathan Abram (knee) won't play in Week 13 against the Jets.
Abram has once again been banged up this year, dealing with both knee and shoulder issues. The 2019 first-round pick is a hard-hitting safety who is known for trying to make big plays happen.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports Raiders safety Jonathan Abram (reserve/COVID-19) isn't expected to play in Week 7 against the Bucs.
Abram was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list following the Raiders' mini outbreak. He needs to clear league protocols before he can play, and that's unlikely to happen this week.
The Raiders placed safety Jonathan Abram on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Raiders RT Trent Brown recently tested positive for COVID-19, so the team sent home anyone considered to be a high-risk close contact. That included Abram and several members of the offensive line. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that this doesn't mean Abram or anyone else won't play in Week 7 against the Bucs.