AFC West Notes: Abram, James, Brown

Raiders first-round pick Jonathan Abram will seek a second opinion on his shoulder, Josina Anderson of ESPN tweets. The rookie apparently injured his shoulder on Monday night against the Broncos but continuing playing, showing no signs of injury during the game. Now, after undergoing exams, it appears Abram could land on injured reserve.

Here’s more from the AFC:

  • RT Ja’Wuan James will miss some time with the knee injury he suffered but Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (Twitter link) reports that it is not season-ending. James joined the Broncos this offseason.
  • Coach Vic Fangio spoke about the Broncos difficulty in facing Chicago’s pass-rush this week, as Troy Rench of ABC7 in Denver relays (Twitter link). “We’ll give [our tackles] some help but there’s going to be times like in any game where they are going to have to stand up and block without any help,” the coach said.
  • Broncos WR Tim Patrick suffered a clean break in his hand, Mike Klis of 9News Denver (Twitter link). Patrick’s timetable is 6-to-8 weeks and Denver is considering whether to place him on IR.
  • Agent Drew Rosenhaus said there was no collusion with regard to Antonio Brown‘s exit from the Raiders. “There was no fix,” Rosenhaus said (h/t Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports). “We did try to make it work with the Raiders.”
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7 comments on “AFC West Notes: Abram, James, Brown

  1. Roll

    Its a double edge for Drew, he cant possibly answer yes this was fixed because if he circumvents the rules i would suspect they could suspend his agent license.

  2. JJB0811

    AB masterminded his own FA. But trouble certainly follows him around wherever he goes.

  3. HubcapDiamondStarHalo

    It’s incredibly obvious that AB did everything he could to make it work in Oakland.

    (hopefully, the sarcasm was caught)

    • Roll

      Thats asking a lot unfortunately. I made the comment of the jets trading elijah mcguire (whom they already cut) to the texans for clowney and the sarcasm was completely missed.

  4. crosseyedlemon

    I wanted Vic Fangio to be named Bears head coach over Nagy so I’m going to have some mixed emotions during the game in Denver.

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