The Oakland Raiders start work-outs on Monday and they do not want Terrelle Pryor to be a distraction to the team. According to Pro Football Talk, the Raiders hope to move Pryor before the start of the offseason program. It’s currently unclear whether he’ll be cut if he’s not traded.
The effort to deal the third-round pick in the 2011 supplemental draft (the last player chosen by Al Davis) commenced in January, even though news of it didn’t surface until the league meetings in March. After playing sparingly in his first two years, he appeared in 11 games with nine starts in 2013.
What teams could use a quarterback like Pryor and what are teams willing to give up. If this rumor is true, expect Pryor to be moved A.S.A.P or cut.
Cleveland Browns would be a perfect fit for Pryor, and he did play his college ball at THE Ohio State University.