The end of the clip shows Negan dragging Rick into an RV, hatchet in hand, preparing to do some serious damage.
Abraham hasn't been featured as much as he should be on the Walking Dead television series, but if Negan's words in the new clip are alluding to Rick's right hand man from the comics, then Negan would absolutely be talking about Abraham.
I don't even want to spoil any of the clip for you.
Then, the moment of truth, sort of.
The biggest hint was from a fan who posted a Tweet, with a photo of Rick with Maggie at his side from the new "The Walking Dead" teaser, and pointed out that Maggie was wearing her wedding ring while Negan was selecting his victim. So keep debating and overanalyzing single frames of previews and Demi Lovato birthday wishes folks, it could be Glenn, Maggie, Daryl. As he raises a bloody Lucille, also suggests that one of the survivors who is "still breathing" might be the right hand of Rick. If you were upset with the season six finale, this one makes up for it a bit.
We have two weeks left to find out, so fingers crossed! That hasn't happened on the TV show, but based on the trailer it seems Negan may be the one to dismember Rick. While the Governor had a strong hold on Woodbury, he didn't have a network of communities working for him like Negan does. "I was saying, 'You've gotta do the hand guys!'" Lincoln said in 2015.
AMC's mammoth New York Comic-Con panel for The Walking Dead Season 7 brought with it another clip from the premiere, this one taking place in the immediate aftermath of Negan's deadly bash. Rick could die later since Negan drags him to the trailer and vaguely says Rick may or may not come out on TWD. "Rick was going to deliver Negan's head in a box to Maggie". On top of that, it looks like Daryl's blanket may be in the blood.
Shocking evidence points to Negan's victim? To that, Negan responds with a speech about right hands and how you can't do without them.
"The Walking Dead" returns Sunday, October 23, with Episode 7.01, written by showrunner/exec producer Scott Gimple and directed by exec producer Greg Nicotero.
Still, many believe it to be Glenn (Steven Yeun) who was the one at the receiving end in the comics.