The Jets have made their bold move up in the draft, and have signed quarterbacks, plural. Now they’re thinking about weapons to go with them. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the former Browns wideout is visiting the Jets after wrapping up his trip to Seattle. Pryor struggled with injuries last [more]
Last year, when receiver Terrelle Pryor opted for a one-year deal with Washington after generating more than 1,000 receiving yards with the Browns in 2016, many expected Pryor to explode in an offense run by a franchise quarterback in Kirk Cousins. Instead, Pryor regressed. The key to a 2018 turnaround could be health. Pryor suffered [more]
Josh Allen gets Matt Stafford comparisons. Lamar Jackson gets Terrelle Pryor comparisons.
The Cleveland Browns are coming off their worst season in franchise history. They truly embodied what it means to be the “Mistake on the Lake,” as Cleveland joined the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only other team to go 0-16, according to USA Today Sports. Show More Summary
“”Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey, Alshon Jeffery, Terrelle Pryor, Cam Newton!”
Faced with a short week and a growing list of injuries, Washington cleared three roster spots Tuesday. Coach Jay Gruden told reporters they were placing running back Chris Thompson, wide receiver Terrelle Pryor and offensive lineman Spencer Long on injured reserve. Thompson suffered a broken fibula Sunday, leaving them perilously thin in the backfield, since [more]
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terrelle Pryor is heading to injured reserve after having ankle surgery
Thompson fractured his fibula while Pryor has been dealing with an ankle injury for weeks
Washington wide receiver Terrelle Pryor‘s disappointing 2017 continues. Pryor will have arthroscopic ankle surgery today, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. There’s no word on how long he’ll be out. That’s the latest setback for Pryor in a season in which he signed a one-year contract with the hopes that he could prove himself and [more]
A disappointing first season in Washington isn’t getting any better for wide receiver Terrelle Pryor. Pryor has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Saints because of an ankle injury. It’s the first time that Pryor will be inactive this season, although he’s had more than a few games where it’s been hard to [more]
The Browns tried to deal for wide receiver Terrelle Pryor before the trade deadline, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Saturday. Washington, though, wouldn’t part with him. Pryor, who made 77 catches for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns for the Browns last season, has lost his starting job to Josh Doctson. He [more]
The Redskins decided to hang onto him instead
Terrelle Pryor‘s demotion didn’t come as a result of his foot injury, but his reduced role allowed his foot injury to heal fully. The Washington wide receiver said two parts of his right foot were bruised. “It’s just not fun,” Pryor said, via John Keim of ESPN. “It feels good that I was able to [more]
Sorry, Terrelle Pryor owners.
When wide receiver Terrelle Pryor signed with Washington this offseason, he was seen as a big part of the team’s plan to replace the departed DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garçon in the offensive attack. Things haven’t really played out that way. Pryor dropped passes and made a slow transition to the team’s scheme before seeing [more]
Sorry, Terrelle Pryor owners.
Helpless on the Washington sideline, Terrelle Pryor was reduced to a very expensive booster
Washington wide receiver Terrelle Pryor did not start, and in fact, did not play until the team’s third series. Josh Doctson, a first-round pick in 2016, started at the X receiver over Pryor. Coach Jay Gruden said last week he wanted to get Doctson more reps. Pryor, a free agent signing in the offseason, played [more]
The league has threatened to ban fans who use racially abusive language, but the Chiefs say they’ve found no evidence of it. After Washington wide receiver Terrelle Pryor claimed Chiefs fans used racial slurs Monday night, the Chiefs responded. “Washington didn’t make our people aware of an incident, the people we have on the sideline [more]
Dude. Washington Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor lost it after the game against the Chiefs on Monday night. The LA Times reported: Washington Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor apologized Wednesday for cursing at and giving the middle finger to a Kansas City Chiefs fan following the teams’ game earlier this week. Show More Summary