Browns’ Terrelle Pryor Has Found Perfect Situation to Succeed as an NFL Wideout

May 31, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Terrelle Pryor is still trying to make it in the NFL. After several years of trying to accomplish the goal as a quarterback, the former Ohio State Buckeyes star is now giving it a go as a wide receiver.
He may have found the perfect opportunity this offseason to do exactly that.
Pryor first entered the league back in 2011 in the supplemental draft. The Oakland Raiders took the 6'4" quarterback prospect in the third round and developed him over the next few seasons as a possible quarterback of the future.
Though he failed to become a franchise signal-caller in Oakland, Pryor got his opportunities. During the 2013 season, for example, Pryor appeared in 11 total games and made nine starts. Pryor also showed some flashes of top-level talent during his time in Oakland—his 93-yard touchdown run against the Pittsburgh Steelers set an NFL record for a quarterback.
Unfortunately, Pryor never could transform his prototypical size and freakish athleticism ...

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