The Oakland Raiders are going nowhere fast, and with the influx of young quarterbacks being productive, most notably Bay Area neighbor Colin Kaepernick, the Raiders are having internal discussions about unleashing Terrelle Pryor.
The Contra Costa Times is reporting that head coach Dennis Allen is seriously thinking about different ways to get Pryor involved in the offense.
“He’s working to get better and he’s working to improve,” Allen said of Pryor. “I’ve seen improvement in Terrelle. He’s gotten better as a quarterback. He’s continued to work. I don’t think any of us feel like he’s the finished product, including himself, but he has worked to improve.”
Pryor is definitely a package of size and speed, and it can’t hurt the Raiders at this point to see what they have in the former Buckeye.