Cleveland Browns Need WR Terrelle Pryor to Prove He’s Worth a Roster Spot

September 8, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns finalized the earliest version of their 2015 53-man roster on Saturday, and indeed, quarterback-turned-receiver Terrelle Pryor made the cut.
Pryor got the nod over training camp and preseason standouts Darius Jennings and Josh Lenz, with the former heading to the Browns' practice squad and the latter being cut outright. He also earned a spot over 2015 fourth-round draft pick Vince Mayle. 
He did this after missing the majority of the Browns' training camp and preseason games with a hamstring injury. And when he did make his debut in Cleveland's fourth preseason contest against the Chicago Bears, he did not appear until the second half. He had zero passing targets, instead taking two direct snaps in the Wildcat, earning him nine rushing yards. He also worked as the personal punt protector.
Browns head coach Mike Pettine acknowledged before final roster cuts that hanging on to Pryor would be an embarking into the unknown, saying, per Mary Kay Cabo...

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