Raiders move from one of their previous picks in the first round.
Las Vegas launches security Jonathan AbramsAccording to multiple reports.
Abram was the third of three first-round picks made by the Raiders in 2019, their last season in Oakland. Picked 27th overall, Abram missed nearly all of his rookie year after sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury in his first week. It’s back in 2020 and it’s a productive start.
But Abram – along with the choice of number 4 in general Clean Ferrell And the number 24 is the choice of the year Josh Jacobs – His choice in the fifth year was rejected in the spring. The team was reportedly trying to barter him but was unable to find any detainee.
While Abram started the 2022 season playing nearly every shot, his playing time was reduced in week five. In the eighth week, he was removed from the starting lineup. He played 34 percent of defensive shots in a loss to New Orleans and 46 percent of defensive shots in a loss to Jacksonville.
Abrams scored three interceptions, 12 defensive passes, two faltering recoveries, eight tackles for a loss, and nine QB hits in 36 games with 34 starts. Like all players cut after the trading deadline, Abram is subject to exemptions.
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