How the Raiders 2019 rookie class performed at the NFL Combine
Raiders fans weren’t able to see much of Johnathan Abram in year one as he dealt with a torn rotator cuff, placing him on injured reserve after his week one NFL debut. However, in the small glimpses that Abram did play, he showed his fiery mentality and knack to blast ball carriers.
He is expected to be ready for the start of the 2020 season, and will certainly take a starting spot in the Raiders secondary. Veteran Karl Joseph is entering free agency, and with Abram back, coupled with Erik Harris and Lamarcus Joyner moving back to safety, KuJo could be the odd man out.
Abram was the start of the Raiders run on HBO’s Hard Knocks, and plays with the kind of intensity that is going to make him a dynamic player for the team moving forward. The Raiders secondary is going to look different in terms of the cornerbacks in 2020, but when it comes to safety, Abram leads a solid group already on the roster.
- Height: 5’11”
- Weight: 205 lbs
- Arms: 31 3/8″
- Hands: 9 5/8″
- 40-yard Dash: 4.45 seconds
- Broad Jump: 116.0 inches