Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor scored his first NFL touchdown on Sunday, and celebrated accordingly.
Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been the go-to weapon for Browns quarterback Cody Kessler since the rookie QB took over. With Josh Gordon's status as a Cleveland Brown in question, Pryor has been dominating his team's targets (39) so far this season. The fourth-year pro caught his first touchdown pass in the Browns game against the Washington Redskins.
Not only did Pryor score his first touchdown, but he did so against the NFL's highest paid corner, Josh Norman.
Pryor then celebrated his touchdown like Cleveland legend, LeBron James. The former college star, turned fantasy football surprise, imitated LeBron's signature move. The move, nicknamed "the Silencer," includes two chest slaps and a few stomps, which Pryor executed like a seasoned veteran.
Despite Pryor's touchdown, the Redskins defeated the Browns by a score of 31-20. Cleveland fell to 0-4 on the season, and now gets to face the New England Patriots in Tom Brady's return.