The second-year safety was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list after being at "high risk" for having contact with right tackle Trent Brown, who tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
Per the protocols placed by the NFL, Abram needed to be quarantined for at least five days after being placed on the list. Additionally, he needed to have three consecutive negative testings before being eligible to return to the team.
The Raiders announced Abram's activation through the transaction wire and he is eligible to return to practice and report to the active roster.
On Sunday, the Silver and Black sure missed Abram's tough and play-making abilities against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Raiders secondary did not look good without Abram and would have definitely benefited by having Abram on the field.
With Abram returning to the Raiders, he will have time to practice and get ready to suit up next Sunday as the team travels to Cleveland to take on the Browns (5-2).
The Raiders secondary would benefit hugely this weekend by having depth after the Browns reportedly announced Odell Beckham Jr. would be missing the rest of the season because of a torn ACL in his left knee.
Without OBJ on the field, sure helps the Raiders get an edge on picking up a win after losing a big one at home against the Buccanners.
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