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Abram entered the league with a safety-CB hybrid skill set. After injury ended his rookie season in the opener, he put together a just-OK 2nd year.
This season finds Gus Bradley taking over as DC. Bradley spent the past 4 years with the Chargers, who produced Rayshawn Jenkins, Derwin James, Adrian Phillips and Jahleel Addae as usable-to-strong fantasy performers in that time. Before that, Bradley also helped Johnathan Cyprien in Jacksonville and Kam Chancellor in Seattle become IDP draft targets.
Abram looks poised for plenty of time in the "box" and some snaps in slot coverage. Both of those roles are exactly what we want to see a fantasy DB doing. Throw in a weak corps of LBs in a defense that figures to spend lots of time on the field, and Abram just might carry upside into the top 5. Make him a draft target.
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