Raiders Sticking with McGloin, Keeping Pryor Option Open

December 3, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Oakland Raiders haven’t fully committed to Matt McGloin as their starting quarterback for the remainder of the season. It just seems that way.
What happens after 2013, however, is anyone’s guess.
One day after Oakland’s Week 13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, head coach Dennis Allen gave McGloin a lukewarm endorsement and said the undrafted rookie had played well enough to stay in the lineup.
At the same time, Allen also noted that the Raiders still want to see more of Terrelle Pryor, who was the team’s starting quarterback until suffering a right knee sprain against the New York Giants on Nov. 10.
That’s because, in truth, the Raiders simply aren’t yet ready to commit to McGloin or Pryor as their starter in 2014. The team's starting signal-caller next season might not even be on Oakland’s roster right now.
Trying to figure out what to do at the quarterback spot is a top priority for the Raiders as they head into the fi...

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