Here are the teams that are most likely to sign former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor this off-season.
A former standout college quarterback, Terrelle Pryor is still working on his skills as a receiver. He bounced around as a reserve/practice squad quarterback before making the switch.
Pryor had just two receptions for 64 yards through his first three NFL seasons. He spent most of that time under center, including the 2013 season with the Raiders when he threw for 1,798 yards.
He had a breakout as a receiver two years later in Cleveland. In his second year with the Browns, he caught 77 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns. He parlayed that into a one-year, $8 million deal with Washington.
That season did not work out as anticipated. He caught just 20 passes for 240 yards and a touchdown despite being brought in as a lead receiver. Pryor ended the year on injured reserve.
Pryor is working to get back to his 2016 form, and he's using a pretty unique drill to do it. While standing on one foot on some sort of platform, Pryor catches tennis balls with one hand, while having the other repeatedly slapped by someone.
There's a lot going on here. He posted video to Twitter.
Clearly this is supposed to mimic the hand-fighting and contact that occurs between receivers and defensive backs going after live passes.
Now, Pryor has to see where he'll be translating these skills this fall. SportsLine released odds on Pryor's next NFL team. His current and most recent teams, Washington and Cleveland, are the favorites, followed by another team he played for: the Raiders.
Cleveland Browns 3/1
Washington Redskins 3/1
Oakland Raiders 6/1
San Francisco 49ers 8/1
The Field 5/1
Pryor turned down a long-term deal with the Browns to join the Redskins for 2017 on a one-year deal, but the season was a bust. He managed just 20 catches for 240 yards and one TD before being placed on injured reserve (ankle) in November. He had 77 catches for 1,007 yards in 2016 with Cleveland.
PICK: Washington is in need of a playmaker for new QB Alex Smith. Pryor is already there and might be its best option.
But Pryor is clearly close with at least one of his former teammates and was a big fan of coach Hue Jackson, and could be a nice addition at a reasonable price for the Browns, allowing them to spend on other areas of need. Go with the Browns.
All of those would be interesting situations for Terrelle Pryor, with three of the four listed teams likely bringing in new quarterbacks, or in San Francisco's case, handing Jimmy Garoppolo the reins for a full season.