Terrelle Pryor Sr.
WR - FA
Week 4 Outlook
According to TMZ Sports, free agent QB-turned-WR Terrelle Pryor has spoken with the Patriots and Steelers as he is reportedly attempting to make a comeback in the NFL.
"I can still play," Pryor says. "And, I can still make plays and dominate. I know that." He told TMZ in an interview that he’d love to catch passes from either Cam Newton or Ben Roethlisberger, and he has in fact had conversations with both New England and Pittsburgh. The 31-year old had a breakout season with Cleveland in 2016 when he went for 77 catches and 1,007 yards on 140 targets. He hasn’t eclipsed 20 catches and 240 yards in any other season in his NFL career. His attempt to make a comeback in an offseason riddled with question marks will certainly be challenging, but for now, we know Pryor has expressed interest in doing so.
The Jaguars are cutting Terrelle Pryor (hamstring), who didn't play in Thursday's preseason finale against Atlanta, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Pryor was limited in the preseason by a hamstring which hurt his chances of impressing the Jaguars enough to earn a roster spot. The veteran WR could get picked up by another team at some point this season but will not be fantasy relevant.
Terrelle Pryor has to leave Thursday's preseason game against the Dolphins due to a hamstring injury and did not return.
Pryor has been dealing with a hamstring issue for most of the preseason. The veteran wide receiver will need to get back on the field if he wants to make the team and move up the depth chart.
Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) is participating at Monday's practice, Phillip Heilman of The Athletic reports.
Pryor was not out on the field for the morning practice but eventually made his way out. The veteran wide receiver missed the first preseason game last week but there has been no word if he will suit up on Thursday.
Pryor is expected to sign with the Jaguars after working out for the team Wednesday, a source told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The move would reunite Pryor with offensive coordinator John DeFilippo, who was with the Cleveland Browns when Pryor put up his only 1,000-yard receiving season back in 2016. Pryor has been a non-factor since, and is coming off a dismal 2018 campaign in which he caught just 16 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns with the Bills and Jets.