After Terrelle Pryor was cut by the Cincinnati Bengals (for apparently Tweeting June practice footage?), the former blue-chip QB recruit announced he would move to wide receiver.
It was a move a longtime in coming. After all, Pryor is still an elite athlete, even on an NFL field, so he could still be a weapon in the right hands.
Enter John DeFilippo, Pryor's former QB coach in Oakland who now orchestrates the Cleveland Browns' offense. He must've seen the potential in Pryor, because the Browns were quick to claim the former Buckeye product off waivers.
Pryor seems to have embraced the move too, and is already putting in work, albeit against a kid who is obviously overmatched.
Out here routing this boy ! Lol pic.twitter.com/R31ul2ulJK— Terrelle Pryor (@TerrellePryor) June 24, 2015
AB style. pic.twitter.com/p12IFszB8i— Terrelle Pryor (@TerrellePryor) June 24, 2015
Yes, this is a far cry from an NFL stadium on Sundays, but Pryor is a big dude who will enjoy a physical mismatch over most NFL corners — even more so if the 26-year-old is out here running 4.3 40-yard dashes.