John Antonio Abraham (born May 6, 1978) is an American football defensive end for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of South Carolina. He was drafted by the New York Jets in the first round of the 2000 NFL Draft.
27.06.2012 [espndeportes.espn] - JohnAbraham, ala defensiva de los Falcons, sobre el coordinador defensivo Mike Nolan: "Me encanta que volvamos a encontrarnos. Él fue quien me reclutó en el draft [en el 2000, cuando Nolan era coordinador defensivo de los Jets], y seguimos siendo
06.06.2012 [Opposing Views] - We are down to the top three in our countdown taking a look at the best players on the 2012 Atlanta Falcons roster. So far we've featured Tyson Clabo (#10), Michael Turner (#9), Asante Samuel (#8), Tony Gonzalez (#7), Brent Grimes (#6), Julio Jones (#5
05.06.2012 [Univisión] - ... multianual del calibre de otros conseguidos por alas defensivos en este receso de temporada como JohnAbraham (tres años, 21 millones de dólares con los Atlanta Falcons) y Robert Mathis (cuatro años, 36 millones de dólares con los Indianapolis Colts).
20.06.2012 [Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)] - 061912 FLOWERY BRANCH: Atlanta Falcons defensive end JohnAbraham runs an agility drill during the first day of mini-camp in Flowery Branch on Tuesday, June 19, 2012. CURTIS COMPTON / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM. FLOWERY BRANCH — It didn't
27.06.2012 [ESPN (blog)] - They'll start veterans JohnAbraham and Ray Edwards and rotate Kroy Biermann and Lawrence Sidbury in at times. Despite having no major changes up front, the coaching staff sincerely believes the pass rush will be better this season. There's some decent
31.05.2012 [Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)] - After being one of the most problematic areas for the Falcons since the Birds had both Patrick Kerney and JohnAbraham, there's a slight potential it could be an area for improvement in 2012. While there's no guarantee that defensive end will finally