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By Alexander Onushco, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Aug 3rd 9:05am EDT

Cleveland Browns wide receiver coach Joker Phillips believes Terrelle Pryor is "all in" when it comes to being a receiver and is fully committed to refining his technique at the position. (Source: Akron Beacon Journal)

Fantasy Impact: The former quarterback has looked the part of a wide receiver early on in camp, but it is nice to hear that he is focused only on the WR position and not trying to enter the QB competition. He has already been getting reps with the first-team offense and is worth being owned in all dynasty leagues and monitored in re-draft leagues.


By Alexander Onushco, Browns Correspondent, Fri, Jul 31st 8:17am EDT

In an exclusive interview with Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland, Browns head coach Mike Pettine would not discount the possibility of Terrelle Pryor seeing time at quarterback. "I didn’t want to muddy the water with the quarterback competition, but at the same time if the guy’s here and the circumstances change, then so be it,” said Pettine. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Pryor has a real chance of making the talent-deficient Browns roster this season, and it isn't inconceivable that he makes starts at QB if Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel falter. His progress throughout training camp will be one to closely monitor.


By Alexander Onushco, Browns Correspondent, Thu, Jul 30th 10:24am EDT

Converted wide receiver Terrelle Pryor has reportedly been fitting right in during position drills at training camp. (Source: Mary Kay Cabot on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It is only the first day of camp for the Cleveland Brown and there is no tackling yet, but it is a positive sign regardless. Pryor has the athleticism to make a name for himself at WR, especially amongst the lackluster group of receivers currently employed by the Browns. He should be stashed in all dynasty formats, but the real test won't come until pads go on.


By Alexander Onushco, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Jul 27th 10:12am EDT

Cleveland Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot passes along a rumor that some NFL coaches believe Terrelle Pryor's best fit is as a tight-end, focusing more on pass-catching than blocking. (Source: The Plain Dealer)

Fantasy Impact: Pryor is currently trying to make the team as a wide receiver, though he has the size and athleticism to also switch positions a third time to tight-end. He has a real chance to make the team at either position, given the current lack of talent at both. He is worth a stash in all dynasty leagues and should be monitored in deeper re-draft leagues as a possible free agent pick-up.


By Brian Tesch, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Jul 13th 12:39pm EDT

Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot clarified that Terrelle Pryor has no practice squad eligibility left, and "if he can contribute as a pass-catcher and on special teams, he might also warrant consideration as the third quarterback." (Source: cleveland.com)

Fantasy Impact: Right now Pryor is a slash player without a position. On a team like the Browns, with little skill-position talent, he could get the chance to learn on the fly. Right now Pryor is un-rosterable outside of deep formats, but he's one to keep on the watch list.


By Jonathan Ebanks, Browns Correspondent, Thu, Jun 25th 7:57pm EDT

Terrelle Pryor was awarded to the Browns.

Fantasy Impact: Pryor moved to WR after being released by the Bengals as a quarterback. DB Landon Feichter was let go to make room for Pryor. With no wideout depth, it makes lots of sense for the Browns to take a chance on him. Considering that Pryor's competitors are Taylor Gabriel, Brian Hartline, Andrew Hawkins and Vince Mayle, Pryor has a shot at carving out a nice role for himself this season.


By Matthew Terelle, Browns Correspondent, Tue, Jun 23rd 11:10am EDT

The Cleveland Browns have been awarded Terrelle Pryor off of waivers after he was set free by the Bengals. Pryor will compete for a roster spot not as a quarterback, but as a wide receiver. (Source: ESPN Cleveland)

Fantasy Impact: Pryor has given up the dream of being an NFL quarterback and will attempt to put his athleticism to use as a wide receiver. The Browns still do not have a gamebreaker at the position, but it remains to be seen if Pryor can actually play receiver at this level. Current offensive coordinator John DeFilippo was Pryor's quarterback coach in Oakland in 2013.


By Jonathan Ebanks, Browns Correspondent, Fri, Jun 19th 5:39pm EDT

Terrelle Pryor's agent Drew Rosenhaus is telling teams that Pryor will now play as a receiver. (Source: Pro Football Talk on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It's merely a move to stay in the NFL. After recently being released by the Bengals, Pryor no longer thinks he can make it in this league as a QB. His 4.4 speed and large size (6-foot-5, 235 lbs.) give him the body the play either tight end or wide receiver. He did catch two touchdowns at Ohio State, so there's that. There will be some teams interested in him.


By Brian Tesch, Browns Correspondent, Thu, Jan 8th 3:56pm EST

After working out QB Terrelle Pryor, the Chiefs signed him to a one year contract for an unspecified amount. (Source: KansasCity.com)

Fantasy Impact: This either means one of two things, the Chiefs plan on cutting capable, but relatively expensive backup QB Chase Daniel, or they plan on using Pryor as a WR or TE. With the signing of Pryor, the Chiefs have five QBs on the roster in Pryor, Alex Smith, Chase Daniel, rookie 5th rounder Aaron Murray, and developmental project Tyler Bray. Pryor now gets to work with a coach in Andy Reid who has a history of maximizing the talent of his quarterbacks, but will have to beat out long odds to be fantasy relevant.


By Nicky Tapas, Browns Correspondent, Tue, Oct 21st 1:56pm EDT

The Giants worked out QB Terrelle Pryor this afternoon in East Rutherford, NJ. He was worked out as a QB, but may have also been worked out as a WR, given the Giants' depleted WR corps. (Source: Art Stapleton on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Pryor would hold no fantasy value were he to be signed by the Giants and used as a third string QB. Were he to be signed and used as a third WR, he could potentially share time with Preston Parker or leapfrog him on the WR depth chart and have some slight value in 14 team/deeper leagues.


By Michael White, Browns Correspondent, Sat, Aug 30th 1:57pm EDT

Seattle released Terrelle Pryor Friday night prior to final cut down day. The Seahawks traded a 7th round pick to Oakland this offseason to acquire the athletic QB, but with such a deep roster and a veteran backup in Tarvaris Jackson, there was no room for Pryor. (Source: Ian Rapaport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Pryor showed flashes this preseason and with the state of some quarterback rooms across the league, he may have done enough to get a shot on another squad. When given the opportunity to start last season for the Raiders, Pryor averaged nearly 15 fantasy points per game, which was better than Jay Cutler. If Pryor were to get an opportunity, say in St. Louis for instance, he would certainly be a valuable fantasy asset with his world class running ability. Owners should have Pryor on their radar and if he ends up in a good spot, he would certainly be worth a waiver wire claim a few weeks into the season.


By Brian Tesch, Browns Correspondent, Wed, Aug 20th 11:58am EDT

Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell praised QB Terrelle Pryor, stating "He's come along really well, he's learned really fast, been impressed with that and how he's been able to pick it up and we will just continue to let him play and see how far he can come." (Source: The Associated Press)

Fantasy Impact: Pryor has had a few jaw-dropping runs thus-far in the preseason, and has shown some touch as a passer. While he has 0 value in re-draft leagues, it seems that Pryor is picking up the system, and has taken to Seattle well. Players with Pryor's skill-set don't come along very often, and if he continues to progress, he could become a future fantasy contributor.


By Brian Tesch, Browns Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 11:43am EDT

In his "Final 53-Man Roster" prediction, Josh Davis of 12thmanrising.com has Terrelle Pryor headed to the practice squad. Davis also sees Tavaris Jackson winning the backup job, and B.J. Daniels being cut. (Source: 12thmanrising.com)

Fantasy Impact: Davis believes Pryor will pass through waivers because "teams will steer clear of his expiring contract". While Pryor will be irrelevant barring cataclysmic QB injuries in 2014, his play in 2013 proved that Pryor can be fantasy relevant due to his scrambling ability. While Pryor profiles as a long-term backup plan for quarterback Russell Wilson, time on the practice-squad may convince Pryor that his ultimate NFL position is not QB, but more of a slash player. In summary, its safe to ignore Pryor in 2014, but keep an eye out for him should an opportunity arise.

Rotoworld | Jun 25th
In this week's Bump and Run, Jesse Pantuosco looks at Tom Brady's appeal hearing and Terrelle Pryor's switch to wide receiver.