It’s unlikely that Terrelle Pryor will win an appeal of his NFL-mandated five-game suspension, but the Raiders rookie passer says he’s found the key ingredient to a quick start upon his return.
It seems unlikely that Raiders rookie QB Terrelle Pryor will win his appeal of his NFL-mandated five-game suspension, given the conditions of his deal to be allowed into the league via the supplemental draft in the first place.
Raiders rookie QB Terrelle Pryor‘s hearing to appeal his five-game suspension will take place Thursday, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
The Raiders are in talks with rookie QB Terrelle Pryor and expect to have a deal done “very, very shortly,” according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor is holding his pro day workout Saturday in front of 14 NFL teams at a high school field in Hempfield, P.A.
The NFL supplemental draft, originally scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed, according to a league source. Teams will be told of a new date once it’s determined.
The NFL hasn’t sent out any new information on eligibility for Wednesday’s supplemental draft, according to league sources, but Terrelle Pryor‘s camp remains hopeful that the former Ohio State QB will be included.
As a former NFL scout, NFL.com senior analyst Bucky Brooks is a good person to ask about the pro potential of former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. And during Brooks’ live chat Thursday on NFL.com, a fan asked him about the idea of the fleet-footed Pryor moving to running back in the NFL.