Former Ohio State quarterback and NFL wide receiver Terrelle Pryor was reportedly stabbed at a Pittsburgh apartment complex on Friday night.
WTAE in Pittsburgh is reporting that Pryor, 30, was stabbed at the Heinz Lofts apartment overnight. He reportedly walked into the emergency room at 4:30 a.m.
Pryor, who starred at Ohio State, is a Jeannette, Pennsylvania native. He was a third-round pick in the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft and has played for nine different teams. Pryor was last on the Jaguars' practice squad.
WTAE had more details on the stabbing:
Police were at the Heinz Lofts apartment complex on Saturday morning.
Sources tell Pittsburgh's Action News 4 a woman is in custody at Pittsburgh Police headquarters in connection with the stabbing.
Pryor's condition is reportedly "not known" at this time.
The former five-star recruit played for Ohio State from 2008-10, leading the Buckeyes to two Big Ten championships.
Pryor was one of the biggest recruits in college athletics history, starring in football and basketball at Jeannette High School in Pennsylvania. He had scholarships from basically every big-time football and basketball program.
Our thoughts are with Pryor and his family. Stay tuned for more updates.
UPDATE: The latest reports from WTAE say that Pryor is in "critical condition" following the stabbing.