The NFL continues to try to navigate uncharted waters amid the coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, Las Vegas Raiders safety Johnathan Abram has had no problem adjusting by taking his self-quarantine to the middle of the ocean.
Abram took to Twitter to show off his prized catch during a recent fishing trip:
Raiders safety Johnathan Abram's caught a Gruden sized fish today 🤯
(via @JohnathanAbram1) pic.twitter.com/q7BDRb5XY8
— The MMQB (@theMMQB) March 31, 2020
Abram has shown off his wide range talents both on and off the field since arriving as the No. 27 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. It is safe to say that fishing can be added to the list.
Perhaps the most encouraging part about the post is that Abram appears to have made some tremendous strides in his recovery. His rookie campaign was cut short by a torn rotator cuff and labrum he suffered during the 2019 NFL season opener. Although he was forced to spend the year on injured reserve, the fact that he is now able to haul such a monstrous fish out of the ocean is certainly a positive sign.
The Raiders are in the midst of ushering in a new era at Allegiant Stadium in the 2020 NFL season. They have been busy making a number of additions to help kick off their relocation in style. Of course, it will ultimately come down to the young foundation of talent to develop into household names quickly.
Despite Abram’s limited action, he was still able to make quite the impression on the coaching staff. He will now be tasked with taking on an integral role in this revamped secondary for Ls Vegas.
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