Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Sun 9/16/18 9:08 PM

Pryor caught four of eight targets for 84 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to Miami.
EDGE Analysis
Pryor got the crowd into it with a 44-yard catch in the final minute of the first half after Miami had raced out to a 20-0 lead. The big-bodied receiver ultimately finished second on the team to Quincy Enunwa in both catches and targets. While New York's wide receiver pecking order is still being established, Pryor and Robby Anderson appear to be jostling for second behind Enunwa.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Tue 9/11/18 3:27 PM

Pryor caught all three of his targets for 49 yards in Monday's 48-17, Week 1 win over the Lions.
EDGE Analysis
Pryor saw a fair bit of action with Jermaine Kearse (abdomen) unavailable, playing 24 of a possible 60 snaps. He finished second on the team in receiving yards, behind Quincy Enunwa's 63 but ahead of Robby Anderson's 41. Both of those other guys got into the end zone, though, suggesting Pryor shouldn't be looked at as more than the team's No. 3 wide receiver, even without Kearse.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Wed 9/5/18 2:32 PM

Pryor is listed as the backup to Robby Anderson on New York's unofficial depth chart, but he figures to see a significant bump in action if Jermaine Kearse (abdomen) can't go in Week 1.
EDGE Analysis
Quincy Enunwa is listed as Kearse's backup, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him shift mostly to the slot while Pryor picks up most of Kearse's would-be reps on the outside. Pryor battled injuries in a disappointing 2017 campaign, but the Jets are hoping he'll return to the form he showed in 2016, when he topped 1,000 receiving yards with the Browns.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Mon 8/20/18 11:47 AM

Coach Todd Bowles said Pryor (ankle) will prove himself when he's at full health, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. "He's still coming around. We haven't seen him fully yet," Bowles said. "When he's healthy, he's got a proven track record. We just have to make sure he's healthy when we put him out there and let his natural athletic ability take over."
EDGE Analysis
There's no doubt that Pryor can hang in the league after he caught 77 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns for the Browns in 2016. He regressed in 2017, however, making 20 receptions for 240 yards and one score with Washington while QB Kirk Cousins threw him the ball. Once he's healthy, Pryor will need to prove himself quickly to climb the depth chart, since Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse and Quincy Enunwa all are back with the Jets after racking up over 55 catches and 800 yards each last season.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Mon 8/13/18 12:55 PM

Pryor (ankle/hip) will not play in Thursday's preseason game against Washington, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
EDGE Analysis
Pryor relayed Monday that he broke his ankle in May, which further explains his limitations at practice through camp thus far. Moreover, the wideout has had to contend with some hip issues as he gets accustomed to amping up his running. Pryor aims to play at some point in preseason, but for now, he'll continue to ease back into things by continuing to work on a controlled snap count at practice.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Wed 8/1/18 3:20 PM

Pryor (foot/ankle) is participating in team drills Wednesday for the first time since signing with the Jets, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports
EDGE Analysis
Pryor was expected to be ready for the start of training camp when he signed a one-year, $4.5 million contract in March, but his timeline was pushed back after he had a minor procedure on his foot/ankle in late May or early June. Limited to individual side work for the first five days of training camp, Pryor is taking a big step forward Wednesday afternoon, though it isn't clear if he's ready for contact. Even if he manages to stay healthy, Pryor may have a tough time earning regular-season snaps on a team with Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse and Quincy Enunwa (neck) at wide receiver.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Fri 7/27/18 3:11 PM

Pryor (ankle) started training camp Friday working off to the side with the Jets' training staff, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
EDGE Analysis
Despite avoiding the PUP list, Pryor isn't quite ready to practice with his teammates. He had arthroscopic surgery on his ankle in November, followed by another minor procedure during the offseason. Signed to a one-year, $4.5 million contract with less than half his money guaranteed, Pryor will need to battle for playing time once he's cleared to practice. The Jets return starting wideouts Robby Anderson and Jermaine Kearse, while Quincy Enunwa (neck) seems to be on the right track for Week 1. The team also has 2017 draft picks Chad Hansen and ArDarius Stewart in the mix for roles.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Wed 6/13/18 2:11 PM

Pryor (ankle) made an appearance without a walking boot at Wednesday's practice, but he did not participate in the session, Calvin Watkins of Newsday reports.
EDGE Analysis
Pryor continues his rehab from a minor foot procedure he underwent this offseason, but he's expected to return to the mix during training camp. HIs presence without a boot Wednesday furthers that notion, especially with more than a month left before training camp begins.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Tue 6/5/18 12:51 PM

Pryor (ankle) underwent a minor foot procedure but is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
EDGE Analysis
Pryor has been sidelined for all of OTAs after suffering another ankle injury during the offseason, but it looks up after having a cleanup procedure, the newest Jets wide receiver will be ready for the start of the team's training camp barring any setbacks. Pyror will be fighting with the likes of Jermaine Kearse and Quincy Enunwa for a spot near the top of New York's wide receiver depth chart this season.

Terrelle Pryor
WR FA
Tue 5/22/18 11:43 AM

Pryor suffered another ankle injury during the offseason and is not participating in OTAs, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
EDGE Analysis
Pyror was placed on injured reserve last season in November after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his ankle, but even with his poor season in Washington, the wideout still got another one-year deal with the Jets this offseason. Now, it's unclear whether this is a new injury or a setback for Pryor, but chances are the team will be extra cautious with him this early on in the offseason. Pryor is part of a fairly crowded wide receiving corps in New York, and if this ankle injury impacts his availability for training camp in July, he could find himself lower on the depth chart to start the season.