Terrelle Pryor WR CIN 1 week ago
Pryor has been claimed on waivers by the Browns, NFL Network's Albert Breer reports.
Pryor, who was waived Thursday by the Bengals, is in line to give it as a go as a wide receiver for the Browns after previously working as a quarterback. While we'd be surprised if he landed on the fantasy radar in the short term, Pryor does posses an intriguing blend of size and speed that could lend to a successful position switch.
Terrelle Pryor WR CIN 2 weeks ago
Pryor will attempt a position change to wide receiver, NFL.com reports.
Pryor was waived Thursday for the second time this offseason when he was released by the Bengals. He has failed to stick as an NFL quarterback to this point in his career, so the 25-year-old will attempt to make a team as a wide receiver.
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The Bengals have waived Pryor, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
With Andy Dalton and AJ McCarron also in the team's QB mix, Pryor and Josh Johnson were essentially competing against each other for depth slotting. Pryor will now look to catch on elsewhere, but his chances of being given an opportunity to start for another NFL team appear slim.
Terrelle Pryor WR CIN 2 months ago
Pryor signed a contract with the Bengals on Sunday.
Pryor has reportedly indicated he does not intend to switch positions, meaning his sole focus will be on winning a backup job over AJ McCarron and The young quarterback didn't have a job in 2014 after being released by the Seahawks, but could stand a chance to nab the backup spot in Cincinnati with a strong training camp and preseason.
Terrelle Pryor WR CIN 2 months ago
Pryor was released by the Chiefs on Tuesday, ESPN.com reports.
Pryor signed a one-year contract in January, after failing to make the Seahawks' roster out of training camp in August. The Bengals worked him out as a wide receiver in October, but he never signed with a team during the season. Meanwhile, the Chiefs have Chase Daniel, Aaron Murray and Tyler Bray (knee) to compete for the backup job behind Alex Smith.
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The Chiefs have signed Pryor to a one-year contract, ESPN.com reports.
Pryor joins the Chiefs' crowded backup QB mix behind starter Alex Smith, along with Chase Daniel, Aaron Murray and Tyler Bray. Pryor is no lock to make the Chiefs' roster this coming season, but his chances on that front could improve in the event that the team elects to part ways with Daniel (and his $3.75 million salary in 2015) for salary cap purposes.
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Pryor was among the players the Bengals worked out Tuesday, though strictly as a receiver.
The Bengals are desperate in their need for wide receiver help, with A.J. Green probably still out this week and Marvin Jones out for the season. They eventually settled on Greg Little ahead of Pryor.
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Pryor was released by the Seahawks on Friday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Pryor was competing with Tavaris Jackson for the backup quarterback spot on the Seahawks roster, but appears to have been beaten out. He does have past starting experience and a decent track record with the Raiders, so it's possible he could latch onto another team.
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Pryor was 1-of-4 passing for 10 yards Friday, but he ran three times for 59 yards, including a 44-yard touchdown in Seattle's second preseason game against the Chargers.
Pryor is competing for the back up job with Tarvaris Jackson, who did not play. Pryor didn't get much chance to throw because the Seahawks were blowing out the Chargers. His touchdown run was a designed play, and he showed why the Seahawks are taking such a long look at him. Jackson, though, is the incumbent and is more steady, if less dynamic. The Seahawks likely won't keep three quarterbacks.
Terrelle Pryor WR CIN 1 year ago2 Comments
Seahawks QB Terrelle Pryor isn't interested in learning a new position.
"I don't know how to catch," Pryor said. "I don't know how to run the ball as a running back. I've been a quarterback my whole life." At 6-foot-4, 233 pounds with 4.4 wheels, Pryor is one of the most imposing athletes in the entire NFL, but too rudimentary of a passer to ever be a starting quarterback. Trying out for a "slash" role would likely increase his 53-man roster odds, but like Tim Tebow, Pryor wants to stick at the only position he's ever known. Were Pryor to be cut loose by the world-champion Seahawks, someone else would likely pounce on him as a reserve.