Browns Continue Interest in Pryor

The NFL will finally hold it’s supplemental draft on August 17. This Friday former Ohio State quarterback, Terrelle Pryor, will hold his Pro Day (which also happens to be the day Ohio State is due to appear before the NCAA Infractions Committee).

Banned from the Ohio State campus, Pryor has decided to hold his Pro Day in his home state of Pennsylvania – probably in the Pittsburgh area. Pryor’s eligibility for the draft remains in question, although it’s hard to imagine he’d hold a Pro Day if he wasn’t going to be eligible.

It’s been reported from multiple media outlets that the Cleveland Browns will, in fact, send a representative to Pryor’s Pro Day. I reported earlier this off-season that Pryor may be a good fit, but at the right price.

If Terrelle Pryor wishes to play in the NFL, he’ll likely have to push his ego aside and play a position other than quarterback

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One Response to “Browns Continue Interest in Pryor”

  1. denolakes says:

    From what I am reading, Colt is telegraphing his punch by following his intended targets. Remember, the last 2 games last year were against quality divisional teams — and he struggled in both. Of course, 2 games in a rookie season on a team with nothing to play for are hardly a reliable indicator, but one would be foolish not to put those games into the performance evaluation mix, either. Don’t know that Pryor is a huge advantage — except that he is taller, heavier and more physical — none of which necessarily translates into superior QB play (think Jamarcus Russell). Leadership is essential — but requires performance on the field as a condition precedent. If they can get Pryor for a fourth round pick, unless everybody thinks this guy is toxic, then why not . . .?

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