In his first NFL game Raiders rookie safety Johnathan Abram sustained a season ending injury. In this edition of One on One with Johnathan Abram, he details what it’s been like having his rookie season ended so quickly. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Safety Johnathan Abram interviews rookie Wide Receiver Hunter Renfrow asking about Renfrow’s college career, NFL transition, and record setting hands. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Johnathan Abram starts his rookie journalist career interview Raiders running back Josh Jacobs about playing for the NFL, having Jon Gruden as a coach and what it’s like being a rookie.
The Raiders have officially put rookie safety Johnathan Abram on IR and in a corresponding move signed defensive back Juston Burris. Cornerback Gareon Conley is expected to play in Sunday’s game while wide receiver J.J. Nelson is out with an ankle injury. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden spoke after Friday’s practice ahead of facing Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in Oakland. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
With Safety Johnathan Abram out for the rest of the season, the Raiders turn their focus to the NFC Runner Up Kansas City Chiefs. Derek Carr reflects on the life of former Raider Neiron Ball. (LeA’ndre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders rookie safety Johnathan Abram will be placed on season ending IR with a shoulder injury sustained in Monday night’s game against the Broncos. Cornerback Gareon Conley participated in today’s practice after being carted off during the Broncos game. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders safety Johnathan Abram talks about preparing for the 2019-2020 season of the NFL and the goals he hopes to accomplish this season with the team.
As the Raiders 2019 debut on Monday Night Football nears, get geared up for the season by checking out five defensive players to watch. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Linebacker Vontaze Burfict describes his leadership on this years defense. Defensive Coordinator Paul Guenther details his preseason strategy with new players and Offensive Coordinator Greg Olson talks about Derek Carr’s growth. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Johnathan Abram’s wife thinks her husband was annoying on the first episode of the Raiders on HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”
Raiders safety Johnathan Abram talks about the team moving to Las Vegas and how he is ready to bring his game to the desert in the new Allegiant Stadium.
Raiders safety Johnathan Abram and his wife Bri’Anna sit down to talk about being a football family and what it means for their daughter and how it changed their lifestyle.
Best of the Raiders press conference after day 10 of practice from Napa, CA (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Prior to the announcement being made that the Oakland Raiders would be featured on Hard Knocks on HBO, head coach Jon Gruden hinted that maybe the team would be on the show and said he would not talk to his brother, Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden, again.
The Oakland Raiders made a pair of trades to gain some value in the remaining rounds of the NFL Draft. The Review-Journal’s Michael Gehlken and Heidi Fang break down those moves, what positions the Raiders could look to fill in the coming rounds and more at the conclusion of day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Josh Jacobs, Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram talk about the rich culture and tradition the Raiders organization is built on and what it means to them to be a Raider. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Running back Josh Jacobs recalls a confrontation he had with a Clemson defender. Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram chime in on their past meetings with Jacobs.
Running back Josh Jacobs was homeless. Defensive end Clelin Ferrell lost his father at 13-years-old. Safety Johnathan Abram has a daughter he wants to provide for. The Raiders first-round picks talk about how their past experiences fuel them to push through adversity.
With the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas in the 2020 season, the team’s 2019 draft picks – Clelin Ferrell, Josh Jacobs and Johnathan Abram – talk about what they imagine it’ll be like to play in a state-of-the-art stadium
The Oakland Raiders have chosen their first three draft picks and have left some fans scratching their heads. Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken and Heidi Fang break down the new recruits for the team.
The Oakland had 3 first round picks in this years NFL Draft. Ed Graney breaks down the picks from Nashville.
The Oakland Raiders selected Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell, RB Josh Jacobs and Safety Johnathan Abram with their no. 4, 24 and 27 pick, respectively. Head coach Jon Gruden and GM Mike Mayock break down why they chose their picks and what they expect from them.