Sports Report: Abram sprained AC joint, chipped collarbone crashing into TV cart

17:22  27 september  2020
17:22  27 september  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Las Vegas Raiders safety Johnathan Abram suffered an AC joint sprain after crashing into a television cart during Monday night's win over And Abram might've run into those same bystanders, rather than directly into the cart . Review of video from several other games in Week 2 show carts

AC joint strains and AC joint separations can often lead to long-term pain and limited range of motion if they are not treated appropriately. So, if your therapist is not using hands-on physical therapy treatments that quickly reduce or get rid of the pain completely and improve your ability to move your

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Las Vegas Raiders safety Johnathan Abram appeared to be seriously injured when he crashed into a television cart on the sideline during Monday night's game against the New Orleans Saints. But after lying still for a few moments, he ran to the Raiders' bench.

It turns out Abram was injured on the play. He suffered a Grade 2 AC joint sprain and chipped a small piece of his collarbone, resulting in internal bleeding, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport report.

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Lock sprained the AC joint in his right shoulder and will miss between 2-6 weeks, ESPN reports . Lock will undergo an MRI on Monday. Lock tried to throw on the sideline, but it quickly became obvious he couldn’t throw.

An AC joint sprain or ac joint separation is when the acromioclavicular joint separates. Treatment involves first aid, taping & rehabilitation exercises. The acromioclavicular joint is formed by the outer end of the clavicle ( collar bone ), and the acromion process of the scapular (shoulder blade).

Abram returned to the game and finished the contest, but he underwent tests Tuesday that revealed the extent of his injuries.

Neither the NFL nor ESPN have commented on the incident. However, there's been discussion between both parties regarding the positioning of television carts, especially with limited people allowed on the sidelines due to COVID-19 protocols.

Abram's agent, Trey Robinson, wants the carts to at least be padded to prevent future incidents.

"Players are even more likely to make impact with these carts this season because of the lack of people on the sidelines due to COVID restrictions," Robinson said to Pelissero and Rapoport.

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