Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor will be playing football in the state of Ohio again - but this time, he won't be lining up behind center. Pryor, who starred as a signal-caller for the Buckeyes and spent the first four seasons of his professional career playing the position, has successfully made the switch to wide receiver. Saturday, the Cleveland Browns announced that Pryor made their 53-man roster as a wideout.
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Pryor spent three seasons with the Oakland Raiders and took part in the Seattle Seahawks' 2014 training camp. We'll see if he gets the opportunity to get some playing time next Sunday.