Johnathan Jauquez Abram a.k.a. Johnathan Abram is an American football player for the Oakland Raiders of the NFL as their No. 24 Safety. He was selected by the Raiders with 27th overall pick in the round one.
Johnathan who finished his collegiate career at Mississippi State was born on October 25, 1996. A Dundee, Scotland, native he holds an American nationality and belongs to an Afro ethnic background.
In June 2019, Johnathan Abram penned a 4 year, $11,495,194 contract with the Oakland Raiders, which includes a $6,380,140 signing bonus, $10,252,667 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $2,873,799. That season, he earned a base salary of $495,000 with a signing bonus of $6,380,140.
In 2020, he will earn a base salary of $1,017,509, while carrying a cap hit of $2,612,544 and a dead cap value of $8,657,632. Rosters such as Derek Carr, Trenton Brown, and Gabe Jackson are the highest-paid athlete of the team. In accordance to deal, he will make $1,540,018 and $2,062,527 in 2021 and 2022 season respectively.
As of 2020, his net worth is approximately $5 million.
No. 24 – Oakland Raiders' Safety is married to his long-time girlfriend Bri’Anna. They met at East Marion High School, in fact they are high school sweetheart. Later, the duo moved to Georgia to pursue their career.
In early 2017, Bri Anna was pregnant with twin children ( daughter). Nevertheless, she was discovered with the TTTS. During 24 weeks of Bri Anna pregnancy, one twin lost excessive amniotic fluid, which led to a stillbirth, while their other twin daughter, Harlee, was born healthy on 2 May 2017.
He said, "I have made an important decision to use my performance at the 2019 NFL Combine to support TTTS Foundation, in honor of my wife Brianna, my beautiful daughter Harlee, and her twin Halle who was stillborn."
The following year, Abram and Bri’Anna tied the knot, in an intimate ceremony.
Athletes: the first season in particular – buying their moms gifts never gets old. In a similar manner, Oakland Raiders' safety Johnathan Abram purchased his mom a Toyota Camry.
Though he talks less about his parents in the media, they share a strong bond.
In the 2019 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders selected Abram in the first round with 27th overall. In week 1, he made his NFL debut against the Denver Broncos where he made 5 tackles in the 24-16 victory. On September 13, 2019, he was placed on the injured reserve list.
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