Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
7 days 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 weeks 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 weeks 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 weeks 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.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 weeks ago

Pryor (calf) is expected to get some playing time in Friday's preseason opener against the Packers, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor has been dealing with some minor soreness in his right calf, but it hasn't yet led to any missed practices. With Corey Coleman (hamstring) and Andrew Hawkins (hamstring) ruled out, Pryor will likely get the start if he does indeed play.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 weeks ago

Pryor was seen with his right calf wrapped with ice during practice Wednesday, but doesn't expect to miss any time, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

EDGE Analysis

It appears to be just a minor issue for Pryor, who doesn't expect to miss any practice. Pryor was listed as a starter on the Browns' unofficial depth chart and with both Corey Coleman (hamstring) and Andrew Hawkins (hamstring) already ruled out of the team's preseason opener Friday, Pryor could see the bulk of the targets with the first team. However, considering it's just the start of the preseason, the Browns might limit his reps, so it remains to be seen how long Pryor will remain on the field Friday.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
2 weeks ago1 Comment

Pryor is listed as a starter on the Browns' unofficial preseason depth chart, ABC 5 Cleveland reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor and Corey Coleman are listed as as the starters, with the obvious caveat that Josh Gordon is left off because he'll be suspended for the first four games of the regular season. Though he'll still face competition throughout the preseason, Pryor has a very real chance to enter Week 1 with a starting gig, as Andrew Hawkins is primarily a slot receiver, and the likes of Taylor Gabriel, Ricardo Louis, Rashard Higgins and Marlon Moore all seem to be vying for spots lower on the depth chart.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
3 weeks ago

Pryor turned in a strong effort (hauling in a pair of touchdown catches) in his return to Ohio Stadium during Saturday's non-contact scrimmage, ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Per the report, Pryor's transition from quarterback to wideout "appears to be picking up steam," while the Chronicle-Telegram relays that said development has caught the eye of coach Hue Jackson. "He's done a tremendous job," Jackson said of Pryor. "He has taken this opportunity and he is trying to make the most of it." Pryor's combo of size (6-foot-4, 233 pounds) and athleticism gives him some intriguing upside, plus the Browns' wideout depth chart behind promising rookie Corey Coleman is far from settled, at least until Josh Gordon (suspension) resurfaces. As a result, Pryor's name is worth keeping on the potential sleeper radar to see how things pan out in Cleveland's evolving passing attack.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
3 weeks ago

Pryor has been moved from the "X" receiver to the "Z" position in the Browns' offense during training camp, Cleveland.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor's move to a new receiving role in the Browns' scheme comes after Josh Gordon was conditionally reinstated from suspension. With Gordon, an "X" receiver, expected to return after four games, Pryor is learning the "Z" position to potentially line up across from him, giving the Browns a pair of freak athletes on the outside. Furthermore, rookie first-rounder Corey Coleman has primarily worked at the "X" spot, giving Pryor a clearer path to snaps by learning the opposite role. With plenty of training camp buzz surrounding his development, it'll be interesting to monitor Pryor's performances during the preseason slate.

Terrelle Pryor
WR CLE (13)
1 month ago

Pryor's explosiveness has caused coach Hue Jackson to search for ways to get him the ball, Cleveland.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pryor is trying to make the grade as an NFL wide receiver, and although his skills are rather raw and he obviously is inexperienced after coming up as a quarterback, his size and speed combination could add needed big-play ability to the Browns' offense. Knowing that, coach Jackson has already drawn up short passes and reverses to get him the ball in practice, but it remains to be seen if he can be trusted with a more balanced workload. As a result, Pryor's progress through training camp and the preseason should be worthwhile to monitor, particularly given the Browns' seemingly wide-open competition to fill out their receiving depth chart.