Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
4 days ago1 Comment

Pryor reeled in eight of 14 targets for 144 yards in Sunday's loss to Miami. He added 21 yards and a touchdown on four carries and completed three of five passes for 35 yards.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor had one of the most interesting box scores you'll see on Sunday, lining up all over the field on his way to 200 total yards. The highlight was his three-yard sweep for a touchdown after lining up at quarterback near the goal line. If the Browns choose to continue to deploy Pryor as a goal-line quarterback, his value should remain high even after Josh Gordon returns to, presumably, take some of his targets.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
5 days ago

Pryor, who leads the Browns with 17 targets, figures to remain a key option at wideout Sunday in the absence of Corey Coleman (hand).

EDGE Analysis

Pryor has been a staple in the Cleveland passing game through the season's first two weeks, whether it was Robert Griffin or Josh McCown (collarbone) under center for the Browns. Even with Cody Kessler in line to start at QB Sunday, Pryor should be a key cog in Cleveland's passing game, as leading pass catcher Corey Coleman is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks with a fractured hand. Coleman was the only other wide receiver to see double-digit targets, and had led the receiving group in yardage (173) and touchdowns (2). Andrew Hawkins is also expected to see an increased role in the passing game out of the slot, but the 27-year-old Pryor is likely the more explosive threat. Pryor, a former collegiate quarterback, also could be a candidate to be used in trick plays for Week 3's tilt against Miami.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 weeks ago

Pryor caught just three of his 10 targets for 32 yards Sunday versus the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor seemed to be Josh McCown's (shoulder) favorite target Sunday but was underwhelming, catching just 30 percent of his targets. Through two games, the 27-year-old leads the Browns with 17 targets, so at least he's being involved in the offense. The bad news is that he's only been able to haul in six of those. Granted he hasn't been blessed with the best quarterback play, but with Josh Gordon (suspension) sidelined for only another two games, Pryor would be wise to make the most of his targets before Gordon come back and starts getting his share.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
3 weeks ago

Pryor hauled in three receptions (seven targets) for 68 yards in Sunday's loss to the Eagles.

EDGE Analysis

The Browns had trouble getting anything going offensively throughout Sunday's game, but Pryor was able to show his playmaking ability by catching a 44-yard pass over Eagles' cornerback Nolan Carrol in the second quarter. Though it's still early, the 27-year-old appears to be Robert Griffin's (shoulder) go-to receiver, as he was targeted a team-high seven times. Pryor's production may be limited next week against the Ravens, who only allowed 95 passing yards versus the Bills.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
4 weeks ago

Pryor failed to catch his lone target Thursday night against the Bears.

EDGE Analysis

The former quarterback, with his hard work and dedication in training camp, has looked outstanding throughout the preseason with Thursday being the only small blemish. Pryor is set to start alongside Corey Coleman and slot receiver Andrew Hawkins and looks to be a legitimate playmaker and deep threat for Robert Griffin. That may change when Josh Gordon (suspension) is reinstated, but from what we've seen so far, there's no reason to believe it will.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
1 month ago

Pryor caught two passes for 15 yards on four targets during Friday's loss to the Buccaneers.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor was relatively quiet with just two catches Friday, but the Browns only completed 19 passes for the game as Robert Griffin was repeatedly under pressure (five sacks). The athletic wideout has proven that he's capable of making big-time plays by previously connecting with Griffin for a couple of receptions for over 45 yards during Cleveland's first two preseason games, so the potential is there. As of now, Pryor is listed as the team's starting wide receiver alongside Corey Coleman, but if he fails to produce in the first few games, he could easily be replaced by Josh Gordon when he returns from his four-game suspension.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
1 month ago

Pryor (hand) caught one pass for a 50-yard touchdown on two targets in Thursday's preseason game against the Falcons.

EDGE Analysis

With Josh Gordon (quad/suspension), Corey Coleman (hamstring) and Andrew Hawkins (hamstring) all sidelined, Pryor got extensive work with the first-team offense. Though he only had one reception, he undoubtedly made the most of it by burning star Falcons CB Desmond Trufant for a 50-yard touchdown. Pryor is making a case to have a role in the offense even after his injured teammates return, as he caught two of three targets for 57 yards in Cleveland's first preseason contest. With Gordon slated to miss the first four games, Pryor might even enter Week 1 as a starter.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 months ago

Though Pryor's left hand injury was aggravated Sunday, he expects to be fine, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

EDGE Analysis

Per the report, Pryor's issue does not involve ligament damage, with coach Hue Jackson also indicating that Pryor (who originally bruised his hand Friday) will be fine. Consider the QB-turned-wideout day-to-day.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 months ago

Pryor (hand) left Sunday's practice early, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chonicle-Telegram reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor had X-rays taken on a hand he injured during Friday's preseason opener, which came back negative. However, the hand still appeared to be bothering him at Sunday's practice, and he was not able to finish. Fortunately, we know it is just a bruise, and the team will likely be cautious with the former Buckeye in order to avoid a lingering issue. Pryor currently projects as the third receiver on the Browns depth chart, and with Josh Gordon out the first four weeks of the season Pryor figures to be second in line.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 months ago

Pryor suffered a hand injury during Friday's preseason opener against the Packers, but his X-rays came back negative and he should be back soon, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor's listed as third on the depth chart behind Corey Coleman and Josh Gordon. He's been dealing with the calf soreness as well, but hasn't missed any practices. The wide out may take a couple of days off to rest down the line, but he should still be good to go for the season.