Terrelle Pryor might want to get a new agent.
Pryor’s agent set off a mini storm when he accused Raiders head coach Dennis Allen of trying to set the quarterback up for failure after being named the starter for week 17.
“I think they’re putting him in hopes that he fails,” Jerome Stanley told Scott Bair of CSN Bay Area. “That’s what I think Coach is doing. I think they’re putting him in hopes that he has a bad game, so he can then justify the Matt McGloin situation. I think that’s what’s going on, I do and it’s ridiculous.”
Pryor, understanding how the business works, quickly tweeted out an apology for his agents comments, and think the Raiders for all the opportunities he’s been given.
Pryor’s future is just as uncertain as head coach Dennis Allen’s is as well.