Terrelle Pryor could be on his way out of Ohio once again.
The former Ohio State QB, who was released from the Cincinnati Bengals earlier this summer only to catch on as a wide receiver with the rival Cleveland Browns, has seen his time come to an end with the Northeastern Ohio franchise.
Pryor, still a dynamic athlete as he ever was, originally made the Browns' 53-man roster despite being hampered in fall camp by a hamstring injury.
Cleveland, however, is short on running backs — they sent former third-round pick Terrance West to Tennessee for a conditional late-round pick earlier this week — and were set to venture into Sunday's opener against the Jets with only two.
That changed on Thursday afternoon, when the Browns waived Pryor to make room for running back Robert Turbin, who formerly played for Seattle (and is currently out for a month). The news was first reported by ProFootballTalk.com.
#Browns Terrelle Pryor on being waived: 'nothing shocks me in this league anymore.''— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) September 10, 2015
It's unclear where Pryor's career will take him next, but it's likely somebody will claim him if he's willing to keep grinding at wide receiver.