I always thought Terrelle Pryor was actually a pretty decent quarterback from his time with the Oakland Raiders a few years ago, but things never progressed after his first season.
Pryor has since then been making the transition to wide receiver, thanks to his athleticism and skill set. It looks like it has paid off now, as the latest depth chart for the Cleveland Browns revealed that the former Ohio State Buckeyes star is now one of the starters.
Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns have issued their first training-camp depth chart. Pryor is listed as a starting receiver.
Also on the first string is rookie first-rounder Corey Coleman. The second-string receivers are Andrew Hawkins and Marlon Moore.
One player who was not listed? Josh Gordon.
We’ll see if a Robert Griffin III-Terrelle Pryor combination can become a thing this season.