Terrelle Pryor wants to be a WR in the league. Pay per head sportsbooks are confident that he can make it, and the Browns are giving him the opportunity to prove himself.
The player who was a star for the Ohio State Buckeyes already made 10 starts as a QB, and on Monday he joined the ranks of the Browns thanks to waivers. Now he’s getting the chance to join the team’s roster.
Pryor, who’s 6-feet-4 and weighs 233 pounds, made an announcement of wanting to change his position on the field in an effort to prolong his career in the sport, which seemed to be coming to an end, something that many fans don’t want to see happen.
He’s set to join John DeFilippo – OC for the Browns – In Cleveland. Both of them were working together with the Raiders, and Pryor started nine times as a QB.
In the league, Pryor made only one 22-yard career catch, but it’s no secret that his athletic abilities are excellent, and many experts believe that his switch as a WR will be a smooth one.
Cleveland are clearly missing depth at the WR position, and they also miss a proper threat at important plays because Josh Gordon – seen by many as one of the team’s top players – is currently undergoing a suspension of one year after he failed several drug tests, to the disappointment of many fans.
The Browns decided to waive DB Landon Feichter so Pryor could enter the team’s roster.
While playing as a QB, Pryor was able to complete 170 out of 302 passes made for 1,953 yards, with 12 picks and 9 TD’s. 627 yards rushing were also recorded by the player.
In 2014, Pryor was with the Seahawks during training camp, and he was also with Chiefs and Bengals for parts of this year’s offseason.
The player was first drafted by the Raiders in 2011, and he was the starter for three years for Ohio State, going 31-4.
Many NFL fans hope to see Pryor become a WR with the Browns, and they’re confident that he’ll prove himself and help the team make it very far this upcoming season. Pay per head sportsbooks also believe that he should have no trouble at all playing the position, but they also know that only time will say how he’ll eventually perform.