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Terrelle Pryor Is Going To The Pro Football Hall Of Fame - Kind Of

Terrelle Pryor is Canton, Ohio bound. Kind of.

Terrelle Pryor, the Cleveland Browns' breakout wide receiver, had a historic game against the Miami Dolphins last Sunday. The 27-year-old former Ohio State star became the first NFL player in more than 50 years to have at least 120 receiving yards, 30 passing yards and 20 rushing yards in a game. The last player to do so was Hall of Famer Frank Gifford in 1959.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame has asked for Pryor's jersey, cleats and gloves from the game, which they'll be putting on display.

This is the second time Pryor will have his gear shown off at the Hall of Fame. His Oakland Raiders' jersey from a 2013 game against Pittsburgh is on display; Pryor had a 93-yard rushing touchdown in that game, the longest run for a quarterback in NFL history. Someday, Pryor would like to have a bust in Canton.

Pryor is certainly off to a pretty good start this season, catching 14 passes for 244 yards while adding 21 rushing yards and a touchdown.