|Date of Birth:||06/20/1989|
|Drafted:||2011 | Round 3 | Supplemental Draft|
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The Jaguars are releasing Terrelle Pryor, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Pryor had a chance to stick around in Jacksonville as a big-bodied option on the outside, but the team is staying young at the position. The former Ohio State quarterback should resurface elsewhere, but he's probably not worth holding onto in dynasty leagues.
Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) is questionable to return to tonight's game.
This was announced as the second half of Jacksonville's preseason game against Miami begins, and don't expect the big receiver to return. Pryor is fighting for a roster spot for the Jags, so this isn't ideal. Hopefully the injury doesn't keep him out for long.
The Jaguars have officially signed Terrelle Pryor to a one-year deal.
This was reportedly going to happen after Pryor worked out for the team yesterday, and now it’s official. Pryor was with new Jaguars offensive coordinator John DeFilippo in Cleveland, so there’s familiarity there. Jacksonville has several options at receiver and will be looking for guys to step up and earn starting roles, and there’s a chance Pryor becomes a go-to guy for Nick Foles on the outside. Foles likes giving his receivers opportunities to make plays, and Pryor has a huge frame with long arms. The former Ohio State quarterback will have to make the team first, but he could deliver solid 2019 fantasy value if he works his way into a nice role with the Jags.
The Bills released Terrelle Pryor, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Pryor didn't catch a pass in Buffalo's win over his former Jets team, and he might not have been happy with his role. The big and athletic receiver will look to land with another team soon. There was some thought of him returning to the Jets before signing with Buffalo, but we'll see.
Terrelle Pryor did not catch a pass in Week 10.
Pryor probably would've liked to have had a good game against one of his former teams, but at least the Bills won the game. The quarterback-turned-receiver is not a fantasy option right now.
Terrelle Pryor Sr. catches two passes in Bills debut.
Pryor gained 17 yards on his two receptions against the Bears, also adding one carry for -1 yards. The former quarterback will look to have a bigger role as the season progresses, but he doesn't need to be on fantasy rosters right now.
The Bills signed Terrelle Pryor.
Pryor spent The beginning of the season with the Jets but was released earlier this month because of a groin injury. He joins Kelvin Benjamin and others in a receiver group with a ton of size, but none of them are recommended fantasy options right now. Pryor will look to play well and earn a long-term deal this offseason.
The Jets are releasing Terrelle Pryor today, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Pryor is dealing with a groin injury and was ruled out for Week 7, but Schefter says that the former Ohio State star could be brought back when he’s healthy in a couple weeks. Of course, Pryor will be free to sign with any team that wants him (the Browns are a possibility), but he’s unlikely to be a significant fantasy contributor in 2018. When they're all at full strength, Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, and Jeramine Kearse are locked in as New York’s starting receiver trio.
Terrelle Pryor Sr. (groin) is listed as doubtful for Week 7.
The injury comes at a bad time for Pryor, who had caught a touchdown in two straight weeks. Quincy Enunwa (ankle) is out for the Jets, so the team is getting thin at receiver for rookie quarterback Sam Darnold. Expect Pryor to be ruled out on Sunday morning.
Terrell Pryor Sr. scores in Jets' win.
Pryor made himself available for a seven-yard touchdown, making a contested catch between two defenders. Overall, Pryor caught five-of-six targets for 57 yards and a touchdown in the Week 6 win versus the Colts. Pryor has a touchdown in two straight weeks, but he's not a highly-recommended fantasy option at the moment.
Terrelle Pryor scores in Week 5.
Pryor was targeted once against the Broncos, but he made it count by catching a 20-yard touchdown. Pryor recently complained about his role on offense, but it probably won't increase much moving forward. He's not a highly-recommended FLEX option for Week 6 against Indy.
Terrelle Pryor catches one pass in Week 3.
Pryor caught a deep in route for 25 yards on the final drive of the game for the Jets as they tried to get in position for a game-winning touchdown with under a minute to go in the game. Pryor is more of a real-life asset for the Jets as a receiver that mixes in on offense than he is someone that'll help your fantasy team right now.
Terrelle Pryor catches four passes in Jets' loss.
Pryor was targeted eight times against the Dolphins, gaining 84 yards on his four receptions. Pryor had the longest play of day for the Jets, gaining 44 yards. Pryor also took blame for Sam Darnold's second interception, as he didn't do a good enough job of at least making a play on the ball to prevent the turnover, so that was good to hear. Pryor faces his former Browns team this Thursday.
Terrelle Pryor catches all three targets in Week 1.
Pryor gained 49 yards on his three receptions against the Lions, as he worked as a clear top-three receiver with Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson. Pryor isn't a recommended fantasy option, but it's good to see him contribute for the Jets to open the season.
Terrelle Pryor says his ankle injury was a broken ankle.
Pryor told this to ESPN's Rich Cimini. Earlier this offseason, Pryor called his ankle injury "minor," so this is a bit of a surprise. He's participating in team drills but will not play in this week's preseason game against his former Redskins team. Pryor might not be in a starting role when he's 100% ready to go, but playing in the team's third preseason game would help.
Terrell’s Pryor (ankle) is limited to start training camp.
This is better than starting on the PUP list, and Pryor will hopefully be a full participant soon. Pryor says he hasn’t felt this good since 2016 before his breakout season with the Browns, and he again said he wants to get back to being “dominant” after last year’s poor season with the Redskins. It’ll take leaping at least Jermaine Kearse and Robby Anderson on the depth chart, and Quincy Enunwa and others might also be ahead of him at this point.
Terrelle Pryor (ankle) is expected to be ready for training camp.
Pryor says his ankle injury is "minor" and that he's "progressing very well" after missing offseason training. Ultimately, Pryor says it'll be up to team trainer John Melody and head coach Todd Bowles whether he'll practice for the start of training camp or not, but it doesn't sound like the foot injury is expected to be something that will linger and keep him out for an extended period during training camp—though we'll see. Pryor also says his foot injury from last season, which is unrelated to this one, kept him from playing at a high level. He says he's now "healthy and ready to get back to form and have a dominant year." The Jets depth chart is very crowded at receiver, so hopefully Pryor can stay on the field all training camp as he looks to carve out a solid role on offense.
Terrelle Pryor had a "minor cleanup procedure" on his foot, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Rapoport says Pryor, who is currently in a walking boot and not participating in offseason training, is expected to be ready for training camp. This doesn't end Pryor's chances of having a big role in the Jets' receiving group this season, but the team has several options competing for roles, so he's falling behind by not participating in the spring. Hopefully Pryor is 100% for training camp and can attempt to carve out a nice role on offense for the Jets.
The Jets are signing wide receiver Terrelle Pryor.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported this deal was likely to be finalized tonight, and it appears it has been after Rapoport tweeted that Pryor chose the Jets over the Seahawks. Pryor will join a crowded Jets receiving group that includes Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse, Quincy Enunwa, ArDarius Stewart, and Chad Hansen. The Jets have added a few receivers over the last several months, likely with the hope of the best players rising to the top of the depth chart and forming one of the best and deepest units in the league. Pryor didn't play well at all for the Redskisn last season before landing on injured reserve with an ankle injury, but he did have 1,000 yards with the Browns in 2016 and has uncommon size and athleticism. As of now, he's not a highly-recommended fantasy selection this summer.
Terrell Pryor is getting an ankle scope, according to Ian Rapoport.
This season has gone about as bad as possible for Pryor, who signed a one-year contract with hopes of having a great season and cashing in on the free agent market in 2018, but he hasn't been good on the field and is now dealing with this ankle injury that looks like it could keep him out for the rest of the season. The timeline for Pryor's recovery isn't known yet, but Injured Reserve is probably a good bet.
Terrelle Pryor (ankle) is out for Week 11.
Pryor didn't practice yesterday or today, and he's unsurprisingly been ruled out ahead of the weekend. The free-agent acquisition hasn't beed a fantasy option in 2017, so this doesn't have a fantasy impact outside of very deep leagues.
Terrelle Pryor pops up on the injury report.
Pryor didn't practice today because of an ankle injury, so now there's a chance he doesn't play on Sunday versus New Orleans. Tomorrow will tell more about Pryor's status for the game, but he hasn't been a fantasy option all season even if he does play.
Terrelle Pryor held without a reception in loss to the Vikings.
Despite Josh Doctson occupying Xavier Rhodes, Pryor was not at all a factor for Washington. With recently-promoted Maurice Harris making arguably the catch of the year, Pryor might find himself as low as fifth on the depth chart in Week 11, and it wouldn't be at all surprising to see him a healthy inactive. Drop him if you haven't already.
Terrelle Pryor Sr. catches two passes against the Seahawks.
Pryor was quiet for much of the game, but he did make a couple of key catches late. Overall, the big receiver gained 17 yards on his two receptions. Brian Quick (three receptions for 49 yards) also stepped up, though, and it's possible Pryor falls behind him on the depth chart too. Through eight games, the free-agent acquisition is one pace for 40 receptions for 480 yards and two touchdowns.
Terrelle Pryor held without a catch in Week 8 loss.
Pryor is clearly fourth on the depth chart behind Jamison Crowder, Josh Doctson, and Ryan Grant. Unless Doctson gets injured, Pryor isn't a fantasy option, and even then, he probably wouldn't do much more than he did earlier in the season. He can be dropped with a matchup against Seattle in Week 9.
Terrelle Pryor gets role scaled back in Week 7.
Pryor, who has been a flop as a free agent acquisition so far, didn't start the game for Washington and he didn't play for most of the game. He did get some snaps once the game got going and ended up with two receptions for 14 yards, but Pryor dropped a pass on the sideline and has struggled catching the ball in 2017. Pryor was an early-round fantasy pick by many, but he doesn't need to be on fantasy rosters right now.
Terrelle Pryor catches three passes in Week 6.
Pryor was targeted five times, gaining 23 yards on his three receptions. The free agent acquisition obviously hasn't been what those that selected him in the first few rounds of fantasy drafts expected, and we would guess he doesn't deliver WR2 value down the stretch this season either. Pryor does have a good matchup versus the Eagles in Week 7, though.
Terrelle Pryor scores first touchdown as a Redskin.
Pryor caught a touchdown 44-yard touchdown over Marcus Peters on the first drive of the game, and he ended up with three receptions for 70 yards and the touchdown total in the game. Pryor did appear to shy away on a pass over the middle in a big situation, something that's clearly become a problem for him. Through four games, Pryor is on pace for 54 receptions, 744 yards, and four touchdowns. That might be about where his numbers end up this season, though it wouldn't be surprising to see him improve as the season moves forward.
Terrelle Pryor doesn't do much in Week 3.
The Redskins threw the ball all over the Raiders, but Pryor didn't get in on the action too much from a receiving perspective. He had two receptions (on four targets) for 19 yards. Pryor has a difficult matchup against Marcus Peters and the Chiefs in Week 4.
Terrelle Pryor struggles again in Week 2 win.
After leaving production on the field against Philly in the season opener, Pryor could only catch two passes for 31 yards against the Rams, as Trumaine Johnson shut him down as we expected (he had just eight yards until Johnson was injured). Widely pegged as a fantasy breakout, there's still time to turn things around, but there's just as good of a chance that Josh Doctson knocks Pryor out of two-WR sets. Oakland doesn't have a great secondary, but Sean Smith has the size to give Pryor fits next Sunday night. We'd try to trade him if someone in your league still values him as a high-end WR2, or even as a low-end WR2/FLEX.
Terrell Pryor Sr. leads Redskins in receiving in Week 1.
Pryor had six receptions for 66 yards against the Eagles. It wasn't an amazing stat line, but Pryor received a team-high 11 targets from Kirk Cousins, including a few deep shots. On the first deep ball attempt, it appeared Pryor definitely lost it in the sun or it would've been a huge gain. Cousins just couldn't connect with him on a couple others. Pryor did also drop another pass over the middle, something that's become a big problem for him. However, Pryor offers huge weekly upside as someone the Redskins look like they're going to use a lot in 2017.
Terrelle Pryor Sr. struggles in Week 3 of the preseason.
The big Redskins receiver caught one-of-four targets for 17 yards. His catch was a nice one over the middle where he held on around a few defenders, but Pryor dropped two passes in the game, including another one over the middle. Kirk Cousins trusts his receivers to make tough plays, so hopefully Pryor is able to step up and do that this season. Pryor's ADP in the third/fourth round might be a bit much, despite his immense talent.
Terrelle Pryor has quiet preseason game.
Pryor caught one pass for 11 yards as the first-team offense struggled until a touchdown late in the first half, but Pryor's night was done. It's notable that Pryor was the only offensive starter out on their touchdown drive—being replaced with Josh Doctson—but the team could have just been playing it safe with him. Going as high as the third round, hopefully Pryor shows us something in the regular season dress rehearsal to give comfort to those taking him that high.
Pryor commits ugly drop in Redskins debut.
Washington's new receiver was in the game for just a few plays, but he heard footsteps from safety Eric Weddle and dropped a pass on an intermediate route over the middle before resting for the night. Pryor's ADP seems to be getting a little out of control, and last night wasn't a great start to building trust with Kirk Cousins.
Browns receivers coach Al Saunders "would be shocked" if Terrelle Pryor doesn't make the Pro Bowl this season.
This is big, considering Pryor is now with the Redskins and Saunders is still with the Browns—Saunders would not be saying this if he didn't believe it. Saunders coached Pryor last season as he broke out for 77 receptions, 1,007 yards, and four touchdowns while still transitioning as a receiver. Pryor's former receivers coach said the 6'4" receiver is a "special guy" and stressed how impressive it was for Pryor to make the transition and have a big year in 2016. Working out with Antonio Brown and Randy Moss this offseason should only help Pryor, as he looks to become a reliable target in Washington for Kirk Cousins. He offers a ton of upside in fantasy drafts this summer.
Terrelle Pryor has been working out with Antonio Brown this offseason.
Both Brown and Pryor have been posting on social media glimpses of their workouts together. It's a major positive to see Pryor—who's only been a receiver for a couple years—working with a top-two receiver in the league right now. Working with AB will no doubt help the big alien-like Pryor improve his quickness and route running ability. According to ESPN, Pryor also said he's going to work with Randy Moss next month. It doesn't get much better than working with Antonio Brown and Randy Moss. Pryor will look to continue to improve as a receiver in his first season with the Redskins, and he offers pretty good upside in the mid rounds of fantasy drafts.
Terrell Pryor is signing a one-year deal with the Redskins, according to multiple reports.
The deal is for $8 million. Pryor will now form a nice, young receiving corps with Josh Doctson and Jamison Crowder. With Doctson set to emerge, and Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis also involved in the offense, Pryor might not be the number one wide receiver for Washington. He is a candidate to get overdrafted in 2017 fantasy drafts, but will look to keep getting better as a receiver and cash in with a long-term deal next offseason.
Multiple reports: Terrelle Pryor will visit the Redskins.
Washington just lost its top two receivers from last season, so they'll bring Pryor in for a visit. Pryor is the top receiver left on the board after all the other top free agent receivers signed.
The Steelers are not interested in Terrelle Pryor at $10 million-plus, according to Gerry Dulac.
This makes sense. Perhaps the Steelers inquired about Pryor to see how much it would take, but immediately turned away when Pryor was seeking more than they would be willing to pay. Pryor will almost certainly get his money, but it never made much sense for the Steelers to be involved, considering they already just gave Antonio Brown the biggest receiver contract in the league.
May Kay Cabot reports that the Giants, Steelers, 49ers, Titans, and Eagles will be interested in free agent receiver Terrelle Pryor.
The Steelers are the team most surprising of the five, and might indicate they are not too confident that receiver Martavis Bryant will be able to avoid another long suspension. Pryor is from Pennsylvania, and likely knows they are the team closest to a Super Bowl of those five after the team went to the AFC Championship last season. At this point, it does not seem very likely that Pryor will remain with the Browns. Cleveland might need to offer Pryor the most money to keep him around.
Browns head coach Hue Jackson said "hopefully" they get a deal done with WR Terrelle Pryor.
Jackson and the team don't seem too concerned if they can't get a deal done with Pryor that works for them. Jackson did say the deal has to work for the team and it has to work for Pryor. The Browns do potentially have Josh Gordon waiting in the wings if he can get reinstated and if they want him back, but the Browns likely aren't counting on that.
The Browns announced that they have declined to use the franchise tag on wide receiver Terrelle Pryor.
The team said they will continue negotiating a deal, however. If they can't strike a deal by the league's legal tampering period starting on March 7th, Pryor would likely at least listen to other offers. The Browns seem to want him back, but they aren't going to overpay for him. Pryor will be someone to watch if and when he hits the open market.
Not bad for his first year: Pryor goes over 1,000 receiving yards.
Terrelle Pryor finished his first season as a wide receiver on a high note, catching five passes for 94 yards in the season finale. The converted quarterback turns in a solid 77/1,007/4 line for the Browns, and could be headed for a nice free agency market. Pryor's 2017 outlook will depend where he lands this offseason.
Terrelle Pryor doesn't do much for third straight week.
Pryor had three catches for 36 yards against the Chargers in the Browns' first win of the season. Pryor is someone that Hue Jackson said he would like to keep around, and this performance against the Chargers isn't surprising as the Chargers have been great against opposing wide receivers all season. Pryor is a FLEX option to conclude the season in Week 17 against Pittsburgh.
Terrell Pryor caught four passes for 19 yards against the Bills.
Pryor has struggled since the return of RGIII. With a tough matchup against San Diego on Christmas Eve, Pryor is not a great FLEX option.
Pryor held to three yards in loss.
He caught just one pass in Robert Griffin III's return. It's probably not a bad idea to think about benching Pryor for the winless Browns. Cleveland travels to Buffalo in Week 15.
Pryor ignores talk from Giants corners, has six catches for 131 yards in loss.
The Giants corners talked trash before and after the game to Pryor, but he had a good effort in the Browns' loss. Visibly frustrated at one point in the game after a Browns turnover, Pryor obviously would have liked to get a win over the Giants. Pryor is still improving as a receiver, and is performing in the process. He'll be a WR2/FLEX against the Bengals after his Week 13 bye. The Bengals limited Pryor to two catches for 18 yards in their first matchup.
Terrelle Pryor Sr. caught five passes for 97 yards in Sunday’s loss to the Steelers.
This is just the second time that Pryor has surpassed 50 yards in the past five games, and he has just one touchdown in that stretch, but the converted quarterback is still on pace for over 1,000 yards. Pryor should see a boost with Josh McCown now under center, but he probably stays off the WR2 map that it looked like he made his way to early on.
Pryor doesn't take advantage of matchup with Ravens.
He had five catches for 48 yards against Baltimore. With Corey Coleman getting back into the swing of things, Pryor may not get as many targets moving forward. Still, Pryor is a solid WR2/FLEX and should remain in lineups next week against the Steelers.