Terrelle Pryor believes the Raiders' new braintrust is putting an emphasis on finding players with good character.
"We don't want guys, like coach says all the time, we don't want guys that are about women, fast cars, cars," Pryor said. "It's all about competing, being a team player first and loving the game of football." It's a laudable sentiment, but teams that focus on character and only character tend to go nowhere fast. GM Reggie McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen deserve patience as they rebuild a broken roster, but they've had a questionable offseason, at best.