Update: NFL Network’s Albert Breer reports that while he won’t be able to practice or play during his five-game suspension, Pryor will be able to do field work with coaches, according to multiple sources.
Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is holding his pro day workout Saturday in front of 17 NFL teams at a high school field in Hempfield, Pa.
NFL Network’s Albert Breer reports the teams in attendance are the 49ers, Bills, Browns, Buccaneers, Chargers, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, Lions, Raiders, Redskins, Saints, Bengals, Patriots, Chiefs and Steelers.
Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin are present, according to Breer, as is former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel.
Breer reported one scout clocked Pryor’s first 40-yard dash — on FieldTurf — at 4.38 seconds, with his second slightly slower in the 4.4-second range. His vertical jump, measured alongside a cement wall, was 31 inches, according to Breer.
Pryor had to postpone his scheduled pro day until he was granted eligibility for the NFL’s supplemental draft, which will take place Monday.
His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said Pryor will sign with whichever team selects him in the draft and will not appeal the five-game suspension imposed by the NFL, as Pryor’s attorney hinted at Friday. Rosenhaus also said Pryor will play any position asked.
Between now and Monday, Rosenhaus said, Pryor will meet with various general managers.
While the Colts are getting a closer look, owner Jim Irsay let it be known the team won’t be using a draft pick on Pryor in a Twitter update he posted Saturday.